A taste of the North: Sweden’s Björn Frantzén, who owns a Michelin-starred restaurant in his hometown carrying his name, is testing the international waters with his very first overseas restaurant in Sheung Wan.
Look & Feel: Scandinavian chic is the name of the game at Frantzén’s Kitchen, which takes up a space in a remodeled Chinese-style building.
Meet the Chef: Head chef Jim Löfdahl previously held the same role at Björn Frantzén’s aforementioned restaurant in Stockholm.
On the Menu: Taking inspiration from local ingredients, Frantzén’s Kitchen’s offerings are a fusion of nordic and Asian flavors.
Great For: Work lunch, long dinners, and weekend chilling.
FYI: Think the interiors look kind of familiar? The restaurant is a collaboration with property developers Arne and Helen Lindman, who were responsible for now-closed Nosh on Tai Ping Shan Street.
This writeup is a news piece and was not based on a restaurant visit. The Loop HK will update this post once we’ve visited in person.