À la carte dishes with gastronomic ambitions will be served to up to 36 guests in a stylish and relaxed Scandinavian environment.
The restaurant will be located in Sheung Wan; initially a traditional Chinese part of Hong Kong but now one of the world’s trendiest urban areas.
Over recent years, Björn Frantzén has made a number of guest appearances around the world and has also created a pop-up restaurant in Dubai. But Frantzén’s Kitchen will be his first permanent restaurant outside Sweden.
“Opening Frantzén’s Kitchen in Hong Kong is a natural step for us. I have long dreamt of opening a restaurant overseas and Asian cuisine is very close to my heart”, says Björn Frantzén. “Hong Kong is one of the world’s most interesting cities for food and it will be a challenge to create a Nordic food experience with local ingredients and influences there.”
The project is a collaboration with entrepreneurs Arne and Helen Lindman, who have lived in Hong Kong for 10 years and own the property in Sheung Wan.
“There has long been an absence of modern Nordic cuisine in Hong Kong and we are happy to be involved with opening Frantzen’s Kitchen. The restaurant will represent the best of Swedish gastronomy”, say Arne and Helen Lindman.
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