New restaurant – Nordic teppanyaki for eight guests

By on July 29, 2017

On August 23, Unn opens at the top of Brunkebergstorg in Stockholm. The restaurant is a new interpretation of Teppanyaki where Japanese technicians are used to prepare Nordic raw materials. Unn was created by the team behind Tak and Frida Ronge is creative leader for the two restaurants. As a responsible chef for Unn stands the young star shot Albin Edberg stands.

Unn opens August 23th behind a secluded door in the grand roof Tak in central Stockholm. At the new restaurant there are eight seats around a cook who cooks and serves a variety of smaller dishes. The fixed menu is based on Nordic raw materials from without the seasons which is cooked on a teppan – a traditional Japanese steak slab.

– I have always wanted to create a teppanyaki that is both more luxurious and more intimate than I previously experienced, says Frida Ronge, creative leader of Tak and Unn. Therefore, I am both happy and honored that Albin Edberg wants to do Unn with me and realize the dream. We are really looking forward to creating a new and outstanding restaurant experience for our guests this fall.

Albin Edberg has, despite his young age, competed in Boucuse D’Or as a commis at Chef Tommy Myllymäki. Together they won gold in the European competition and a bronze in the World Championship. Albin also has experience from, for example, the three-star restaurants Per Se in New York and Manresa in California.

– To visiting Unn is special because all guests have direct contact with the chef, says Albin Edberg. When the door closes, a common evening starts where the food encourages conversation. Our main goal, in addition to the taste experience, is to create a sense of warmth and generosity.

Unn serves a fixed tasting menu for eight guests per night each week from Wednesday to Saturday. The price for the menu is 1,495 kr. And the drink package 1 195 kr. There is also an alcohol-free drink package for SEK 495. The reservation opened on July 28 through

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