The city's most magnificent dining hall that oozes historyOperakällaren reopened last week after undergoing a series of changes. The restaurant - first opened in the late 1700s - now welcomes their guests in the refurbished glass-enclosed terrace overlooking the Royal Palace. Here one can expect to luxuriate in delicious canapés and champagne before being escorted to the main event - the city's most magnificent dining hall that oozes history.Welcomed changes have also taken place in the kitchen. After many years at prestigious restaurants such as Frantzén and Aira, Viktor Westerlind has now stepped into the limelight and taken command in the role as the new head chef.The menu is centered around Nordic produce in season, and the French accents looms bright. But you can also take notice of influences and spices from all corners of the world. It’s elegant, clever and well-composed with many elements beautifully served tableside with a trolley. A great interplay of eras where heritage meets modernity in a seamless manner. If you would like to forgo the set menu, you can choose a la carte for a more compressed experience.
A Grand restaurant, focusing on Nordic produce with a French accent