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Stadshuskällaren in Stockholm renewed

During this summer, the famous Stadshuskällaren restaurant in the City Hall of Stockholm closed their doors to refurbish the interior of their prestigious locale. The restaurant first opened 90 years ago in 1922, and also acted as a lunch room for the City Hall staff. Now the preservation work is finished, and the walls and furniture looks as regal and inviting as ever.

The restaurant focuses on Swedish specialities cooked with fresh local produce, and serves all from individual guests to large groups. The menu ranges from simple yet tasty dishes to fancy banquet dinners. The most unique among them is the Nobel dinner, where you can choose among all the historical menus from the very first one served in 1901 -served on the same porcelain used by laurates and dignitaries from all over the world. Perfect for combining a fine dining experience with a historical context!

Chef and gastronomic manager Andreas Hedlund and CEO Maria Stridh welcome all guests to the renewed Stadshuskällaren to a truly memorable dining experience in the heart of Stockholm!

Photos courtesy of Mässrestauranter AB

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