With gorgeous views over the entrance to Stockholm harbour and the islands of Djurgården and Skeppsholmen, the restaurant at Fotografiska, Stockholm's Museum of Photography, serves green, seasonal food made from organic ingredients. TV chef Paul Svensson is culinary director at this award-winning restaurant.
Fotografiska isn't only worth a visit for its photographic exhibitions. The museum restaurant has won countless prestigious awards and become a culinary destination in its own right, with panoramic windows looking out over the water and healthy, sustainable cooking. The emphasis is on green, seasonal food made from organic, locally-produced ingredients, with vegetables given top billing. The menu can be combined as you like from various medium-sized cold and hot vegetarian dishes, and if you fancy some fish or meat you can add it as a side dish. The idea is to create a culinary experience that's also environmentally sustainable, primarily by using nature's resources responsibly.
Photographic art and the large, light dining room contribute to the gastronomic experience. As well as dinner, the restaurant serves lunch and a popular weekend brunch buffet with the same emphasis on seasonal plant-based food with animal protein as an accompaniment.
At the top of the building you'll also find Fotografiska's café where you can also admire the view and take a break with organic food and drinks.