Polar experience: Nordic delights fuse with Asian influences at Frantzén Kitchen in Hong Kong

A warm welcome and delicious food combinations await diners and lunch-goers at this restaurant in Sheung Wan, founded by Bjorn Frantzén of the two-Michelin-star Frantzén in Stockholm

PUBLISHED : Thursday, 16 March, 2017, 4:25pm
UPDATED : Thursday, 16 March, 2017, 4:25pm

Bjorn Frantzén of the two-Michelin-star Frantzén in Stockholm opened Frantzén’s Kitchen in late 2016, offering modern Nordic with Asian influences. It has a casual ambience, and the food is good.

To start, try snacks of apple lingonberry with foie gras parfait and Swedish sushi.

For mains, the sashimi of Norwegian salmon with king crab, dill and trout roe and the roasted Swedish pork belly with carrot hot sauce, pumpkin, dried kale and roasted garlic are good. A sticky beetroot dessert catches the eye, with old vinegar, liquorice and berries; or smoked ice cream with toasted nuts, tar syrup, salted fudge and cloves. Swedish beer, gin and vodka and artisanal wines are available.

Signature dishes

Sashimi of Norwegian salmon

Swedish dairy cow, dried aged for 100 days with truffle ponzu, beurre noisette and truffle salt


Valet parking: no

Vegetarian: 3 dishes

View: no

Corkage: no

Alfresco: no

Private rooms: no

Contact details

11 Upper Station Street,

Sheung Wan,

2559 8508

Tues - Sat: 5.30pm - 12am

See more of 2017’s 100 Top Tables here