Frantzén's Kitchen, high-quality Nordic gastronomy with Asian influences

Frantzén's Kitchen, high-quality Nordic gastronomy with Asian influences

Nordic gastronomy takes over Hong Kong at Frantzén's Kitchen, three-starred Swedish chef Björn Frantzén's new restaurant.

With its cosy Scandinavian environment, typical of the hygge trend – or Nordic sense of well-being – Frantzén's Kitchen claims up the unique model of an innovative Swedish cuisine in Hong Kong. The intimate dining room seats 30 patrons and provides heartwarming atmosphere in a decor made of wood, mouse grey panels as well as burgundy lamps and chairs.
Displayed in enamelled stoneware, dishes play the quality card and the mix of complex flavours, like the “Swedish Sushi”, subtle blend of venison and bird liver, topped with lichen chips. A few Asian touches find their spot here and there, in the arctic char gravlax for instance, served with miso mustard, the “48hrs” veal roast, or the langoustine cream soup with pistachios and Frantzén curry. Little used ingredients also find their way into the desserts, with thyme ice cream, tomato jam, pollen and birch oil. This revolution of flavours and textures will leave you a lasting impression!

Frantzén's Kitchen
11 Upper Station Street
Sheung Wan
Hong Kong

+852 2559 8508

Menu: around 500 HKD