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Mathias Dahlgren creates next generation vegetarian cuisine at Rutabaga
February 13 will mark the opening of Rutabaga – a brand new restaurant by Mathias Dahlgren. At Rutabaga, Dahlgren will build his vision of future cuisine featuring world class lacto-ovo-vegetarian dishes. Guests can expect a warm and welcoming restaurant experience in a relaxed and vibrant, high-tempo environment.
Mathias Dahlgren to close Matsalen and Matbordet
Mathias Dahlgren’s restaurants Matsalen and Matbordet at the Grand Hôtel in Stockholm will be serving their last meals on December 22, 2016. Thereafter, the premises will be undergoing an extensive renovation, making way for a completely new restaurant endeavour.
Mathias Dahlgren launches four own-label wines
Chef and restaurateur Mathias Dahlgren is launching four wines under his own name, a red, a white, a sparkling wine and a Champagne. All are available at Mathias Dahlgren’s Michelin-starred restaurant Matbaren and through Systembolaget’s order catalogue.
Matbordet receives Gulddraken’s honorary award
At the DN Gulddraken gala in Stockholm yesterday, Mathias Dahlgren’s Matbordet experience ‘Radical M&Ts’ received the honorary Best Find of the Year 2015’ award.
Mathias Dahlgren interprets Swedish christmas food
For the first time ever, Mathias Dahlgren is taking on Christmas food and cooking up his interpretation of yuletide produce and flavors, spiced with a big pinch of innovation. During the month of December, his Christmas dishes will be served at Matbordet, where chefs will cook five courses using Christmas produce with a contemporary twist for a maximum of 10 guests at a time. Booking is now open.
Chef Mathias Dahlgren invites guests into two Michelin-star kitchen at Grand Hôtel, Stockholm
Renowned Swedish Chef Mathias Dahlgren is inviting guests into the kitchen of his fine dining Matsalen restaurant at The Grand Hôtel, Stockholm, so they can see the creative process behind their Michelin-starred evening.
Mathias Dahlgren takes part in “Street Food by Diners Club”
On September 2-6 “Street food by Diners Club” is coming to Stockholm. On a tour of the Nordic countries, this isn’t just any food truck circuit. Diner’s concept is to cooperate with the top chefs in the Nordic region to serve up their interpretation of street food. In Sweden, they are taking Mathias Dahlgren to the street to give Stockholmer’s a new, unique taste experience.
Mathias Dahlgren retains Michelin stars
The 2014 edition of Michelin Guide has been reveled today and for the sixth year running Mathias Dahlgren’s two restaurants at the Grand Hôtel, Stockholm, Matbaren and Matsalen, have retained their respective two and one stars. In the same announcement, the Michelin Guides' international director Michel Ellis announced that a standalone guide for the Nordic countries will be issued in 2015.
Mathias Dahlgren presents Matbordet
In early April, Mathias Dahlgren launches a new experience focused on the creation, together with the guests, of the meal of the future. The starting point is a communal dining table where the chef cooks for ten guests and they together, share an evening in which the food, conversation and exchange of experiences is central.
Mathias Dahlgren resets the table in the dining room
During spring and summer 2014, the Dining Room at Mathias Dahlgren will be undergoing a transformation, with a new restaurant experience emerging, slowly and organically, a bit like nature itself. Mathias himself is behind the changes, driven by the desire to further convey the vision of his concept The Natural Cuisine and offer guests a new sort of restaurant experience.
Mathias Dahlgren's dining room and food bar retains Michelin-star status
Today it was announced that Mathias Dahlgren’s Matsalen restaurant at the Grand Hôtel in Stockholm has retained its two-Michelin-star status, strengthening its position as one of Sweden’s and the Nordic region’s leading restaurants.
The dining room wins award for best service experience
Winners of the White Guide 2012 awards were honoured yesterday, March 5, at an awards gala in the Vinterträdgården at the Grand Hôtel in Stockholm. The ‘Service experience of the year’ category was awarded to Mathias Dahlgren’s Matsalen restaurant for its innovative and ambiance-enhancing service.