Three new Swedish Michelin Guide restaurants
There are three new Swedish restaurants to be found in this year’s Michelin Guide. Two of them are restaurants in Stockholm (Ekstedt and Gastrologik), the third is found in Göteborg (Sjömagasinet, which regained the star it used to hold earlier), writes Michelin Nordic in a press release. The three restaurants get their stars in the new Guide Michelin Main Cities of Europe, which also features two Rising Star restaurants: Operakällaren in Stockholm, and Bhoga in Göteborg. Both Mathias Dahlgren Matsalen and Frantzén/Lindeberg continue to receive two stars in the guide.
“Whether you look for a first-class restaurant or a cozy neighborhood joint, the anonymous inspectors at Michelin have done a great selection of what the best Stockholm and Göteborg have to offer,” says Carl Stenson, Director of Information for Michelin North.
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Guide Michelin 'Main Cities of Europe 2013 - Sweden:
Two Guide Michelin stars in Stockholm: Mathias Dahlgren Matsalen and Frantzén/Lindeberg.
One star, Stockholm: Mathias Dahlgren Matbaren, Esperanto, Fredsgatan 12, Lux Stockholm, Ekstedt (new) and Gastrologik (new).
One Michelin star in Göteborg: Thörnströms Kök (We covered chef Thörnström's visit to Chicago this fall: A Feast for Eye and Palate), Kock & Vin, 28+, Fond and Sjömagasinet (new).

Nine restaurants in Sweden received a Michelin Bib Gourmand-status, awarded to restaurants that represent excellent value for money - eight in Stockholm: Brasserie Bobonne, Proviant, Rolfs Kök, Den Gyldene Freden, Pubologi, Ulla Winbladh, Sjögräs and EAT (new).
Göteborg: Familjen.