Apr 19, 2012 12:35 CEST
Stallmästaregårdens´ kitchen and dining room opens again after refurbishmentApr 19, 2012 12:45 CEST
After extensive renovation, Stallmästaregården’s new kitchen and dining room is open. Focusing on a personal touch, guests will feel right at home in the new, decorated dining room.
After many successful years, it was decided to conduct a thorough renovation of Stallmästaregårdens restaurant. The goal was to create a timeless and elegant setting,with a rustic touch, that fits Stallmästaregården and its long history. Since the beginning of the 15th Century, the Inn has been thriving with the restaurant as a cultural heritage, located in the middle of the Royal Haga park. Today's new Stallmästaregården is a modern restaurant, still influenced by the classic environment and traditions, with genuine hospitality.
New emphasis has been put into the food and menu. "We want to keep the classic idea about the food but to step up to a modern Nordic cuisine with traditional elements" says Anders Janson, Managing Director Stallmästaregården. He continues, "we want the guests to come and experience the personal touch in everything from décor, to service. We are seeking a relaxed and caring atmosphere, where the visiting hotel guests and the locals from Stockholm can meet. I'm incredibly proud of our transformation of the kitchen and dining area and look forward to welcoming our guests. "
Chef Tom Fredriksson is cooking in the spirit of the predecessors at Stallmästaregården, Tore Wretman and Werner Vögeli, who were innovators and developers of their time. The produce that once was cooked here in the 1600's, are the same that Tom Fredriksson today tries to recreate. Free living meat and game, naturally grown vegetables and herbs, that grow wild around the corner.
"Although we have all the modern technology which gives us completely different conditions, we are trying to cook as it probably was done here 400 years ago. Salting, drying, smoking, cooking, straw, moss, etc. are techniques we often use " chef Tom Fredriksson explains.
In the dining room and bar, new warm colours have been painted. The beams in the ceiling have been taken out and a very warm, cosy feeling has been created. Combined with a mix of new joinery and modern furniture in a more classic setting. To enhance the dining experience the small details are carefully chosen, which contributes to the whole dining experience. Linen tablecloths and napkins that adorn the tables, for example, from Växbo Lin which is Scandinavia's only spinning mill and weaving mill.
Opening Hours in the restaurant:
À la carte 14.30-22.00
À la carte 17.00-22.00