F12, the Stockholm restaurant housed in the building of the Swedish Royal Academy of Art, can already be considered an institution on its own right on the culinary scene of the Swedish capital. Both of the restaurant's chef-patrons work together since 1995 and have won countless prestigious awards of the culinary world. F12 is definitely not only one Stockholm's best restaurants but also a culinary adventure. The markedly creative fusion-style menu surprises with unexpected combinations of flavours and textures. Much thought has also been given to plating and serving; for instance, bread will be brought to your table in a wooden box. To experience the skill and artistry of the restaurant's chefs to the full, you would do wise to order the tasting menu. In keeping with the restaurant's name, it comprises twelve dishes - so do allow some three to three-and-half hours for your evening meal. The restaurant's contemporary decor is dominated by three different tones of green, which enhances the relaxing atmosphere. Even the seemingly casual clothes of the waiters perfectly match the general ambience of the F12 restaurant. Excellent service. The collection of works by Swedish artists on the restaurant walls is created in association with the Wetterling Gallery.
Keywords: restaurant, Stockholm, F12