4 new Swedish restaurants awarded Michelin Stars

Sweden’s culinary landscape continues to captivate global attention, as evidenced by the latest additions to the prestigious Michelin Guide. At the MICHELIN Guide Nordic Countries 2024 award ceremony held last month, four Swedish restaurants were awarded coveted stars.

In Stockholm, CelesteDashi and Seafood Gastro were rewarded with one star while Chef-Owner Daniel Berlin and his restaurant VYN in Simrishamn, South Sweden, got two stars, just six months after opening. These newly starred establishments reflect the rich diversity of Swedish gastronomy, blending traditional flavors with modern techniques and showcasing the finest local ingredients.

At the same time, Björn Frantzén’s restaurant Frantzén in Stockholm retains its three Michelin stars, as the only one in Sweden and as one of now a total of six restaurants in the Nordic region with three stars.

Read on for the motivation what makes each of these places so special.

New Two Michelin Star restaurant VYN – Simrishamn, Sweden

Achieving the rare and undoubtedly impressive

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