Stockholm restaurant Frántzen/Lindeberg is on a roll. After closing for summer renovations and releasing a video of three mouthwatering dishes, new images have surfaced of just how much chefs Bjorn Frantzén and Daniel Lindeberg are pushing the envelope.
The pictures come courtesy of Swedish blogger Rasmus Ragnarsson, who snapped them for his blogEnfoodie. Rasmus gave Frantzén/Lindeberg a rave review and said the changes will ''definitely scare the shit out of any restaurant having ambitions in Stockholm.''
So what's new at the restaurant? For starters, no longer will the chefs serve a simple amuse-bouche. They have upped the ante and are serving an assortment of amuse-bouche, which they poetically refer to as a prologue. What's in it? A foie gras macaroon, ''vichyssoise,'' pig's head, beef, brioche and blood cake with foie gras and cherries (second image below).
The food being churned out of their new kitchen is simply stunning, as you'll see in the images below. You'll see the restaurant's simple handwritten menus betray the elaborate nature of their elegant dishes. Could all these elements help Frantzén/Lindeberg rise from their 20th spot on the World's 50 Best Restaurants list?
Feast your eyes on the pictures below and let us know what you think. You can view Enfoodie's whole album on Flickr.
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