Frantzén, until 2013 Frantzén/Lindeberg, is a restaurant in Stockholm, situated on Klara Norra kyrkogata number 26. In 2010, it received two stars in Guide Michelin, and in 2018 it received its third star as the first Swedish restaurant to do so.
|Head chef||Charlie Benitez|
|Food type||Nordic cuisine|
|Dress code||Business smart|
|Street address||Klara Norra Kyrkogata 26|
|Seating capacity||23 covers|
|Reservations||Two months in advance|
The restaurant opened in 2008 at the same address as the small one-star restaurant Mistral, which had closed in December 2007. It was opened by chef Björn Frantzén and pastry chef Daniel Lindeberg, who had both worked at Edsbacka krog (Sweden's first restaurant with two Michelin stars) before deciding on opening their own restaurant. In 2009, the restaurant was awarded its first Michelin star, and in 2010 the second star followed.
Lindeberg left the restaurant in 2013 which led to a name change from Frantzén/Lindeberg to Frantzén.