"A great meal at a restaurant does not need to be complicated. But it needs to be indescribably good." So reasons Adam Dahlberg and Albin Wessman, the chef duo behind the super-hyped Adam & Albin Matstudio, which underwent a transformation in 2016 and was realised in Adam/Albin.
The ambitious restaurant boasts about fifty seats and their dedication to food, service and drink are very apparent. The kitchen is in close proximity to the dining room and the bar is strategically placed in the centre of the premises to heighten the sense of intimacy. The idea is that the experience should feel animated, engaging and modern at the same time. Meal prices are set but the guests themselves choose what they wish to eat.
In conjunction with the opening of Adam/Albin, Tvätteriet was simultaneously added next door. The venue previously housed a dry cleaner, hence the name (The Laundromat). Cooking classes and customised private events are held here. During the day lunch is served to guests in the form "comfort bowls". The offering ranges from noodles to salads and stews with emphasis on greens.