Now the scion of Raymond Blanc and Alain Passard will bring his signature cuisine to one of England’s most notable destinations, the high-end department store Harrods.
Slated to open in late 2022, the restaurant will allow Knightsbridge diners the chance to sample his unique Nordic cuisine, which he describes as: "informed by Japanese kaiseki sensibilities with a spritz of French technique".
“I worked in England early on my career and really got a feel for, in my opinion, one of the most interesting cities in the world, so it feels right to be coming back to open in London,” said Frantzén. “Over the past few years there have been several projects and opportunities arise in London, but none have felt right until now. It is an honour to be opening at Harrods as one of the most celebrated institutions in the world.”
Have a look below at what we might expect at Harrods:
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