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Ashley Saxton, Director of Restaurants and Kitchens at Harrods comments: “Bringing Björn Frantzén – arguably the most talked-about and decorated chef in the world at the moment – to Harrods is an incredible coup for the business, but one that speaks for our current position as a dining destination. Our two teams have been working closely together for almost two years to make this a reality, and every aspect of this partnership has been meticulously panned – from the custom interior designed space inside this Grade II listed building, to the dramatic rooftop terrace, to the incredible ingredients and techniques that will be seen in London for the first time. This will be the flagship restaurant in our already world-leading collection of the finest luxury dining experiences, and put Knightsbridge on the map as the new culinary destination for London.”

In one of the most hotly anticipated restaurant launches of the year, critically acclaimed chef and global culinary icon, Björn Frantzén will launch Studio Frantzén at Harrods this November. A restaurant, rooftop terrace and bar spanning two floors in a custom-built space within the world’s most iconic department store, Studio Frantzén is presented as a neo-Nordic concept infused with Asian influences.

Björn Frantzén is one of the worlds’ most renowned chefs, heralding six Michelin stars across a growing empire of restaurants and culinary experiences, but Studio Frantzén will herald his exclusive entry into the UK dining scene. His self-named restaurant in Stockholm, Frantzén, holds three of these stars, and currently sits at No.25 on the World’s 50 Best List. Frantzén joins a host of award-winning restaurants and world-renowned chef profiles that reside under one roof at Harrods, a destination that has increasingly become the most talked about dining hot spot in London.

Whilst the menu largely celebrates the unique combination of Swedish and Asian flavours, it offers iconic British dishes, particularly showcased within the desserts displaying a Nordic or Asian twist. The technical combination of flavours, textures and seasonal produce, as well as a focus on preservation techniques – a theme in Nordic cooking (smoking, preserving) – and grilled dishes using an open fire will be demonstrated throughout the menu.