During my trip to Stockholm, Sweden, I ate at many delicious restaurants, but one of my favorites was The Dining Room at Hotel At Six. Under the watchful eyes of head chef Douglas Mourou, the culinary vision is presented with a multi-influenced experimental menu collected from years of exploration and experimentation.
The Dining Room aims to surprise guests’ palates with interesting flavors and texture combinations made with sustainable ingredients with a seasonal twist. The Dining Room features an open kitchen located toward the back of the restaurant. Almost anywhere you sit in the restaurant, you can see the chefs and sous chefs preparing all the food.
Since we had a larger group, we sat at a big circular table in the back of the restaurant, located behind the kitchen so we had an obstructed view. We still saw some of the preparation, though. We sat next to the wine cellar, which was cool to see all the different wines from the extensive wine list offered.
We started off our night with a glass of Champagne for a toast and some appetizers, including bread and butter and beef tartare. The menu at the time had so many delicious options, it took me a while to decide what I wanted, but I ultimately decided to go with baked scallops topped with panko flakes and served with potato puree and fresh dill. I also ordered a glass of Sauvignon Blanc to pair with my meal. My meal was delicious; the scallops were light and airy and had a delightful taste. The potato puree added a nice touch of flavor and paired well with the scallops.
Travelers and locals alike looking for a special night out can book the Bon Appétit experience, featuring a three-course meal where the chefs prepare your meal with the season’s best produce and ingredients. Guests having dinner with colleagues or a large group of friends should contact the restaurant to make reservations in order to be accommodated properly. Larger parties also receive a special group menu featuring a selection of starters, main courses, desserts and a special wine list.
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