An air of history and heritage surrounds Stallmästaregården.
Sweden’s oldest inn is famous for its long tradition of serving classic courses under the surveillance of some of the nation’s best chefs.
Queen Kristina of Sweden celebrated Midsummer here in the 1600s,
marking the beginning of the inn’s tradition of providing outstanding cuisine, wine and its very own snaps.
What may not be as wellknown is that Stallmästaregården is also a member of Design Hotels, Culinary delights
offering a contemporary take on countryside accommodation with rustic charm.
Fredrik Malmstedt is new managing director since October last year, and previously a member of the Swedish Culinary Team.
He is looking forward to an exciting spring with some new developments in mind.
“We want to stay true to the culinary heritage and continue to provide our popular Swedish classics with seasonal focus, Culinary delights
while also updating our wider offering to ensure that our customers
can experience the best combination of fine food and relaxation,” says Malmstedt.
Enjoy the heritage of prominent chefs
Renowned chef Tore Wretman took over the restaurant in 1950.
He was one of the founders of the Gastronomic Academy, and famous for promoting traditional cooking with a modern twist.
Also an international culinary expert as well as a royal chef,
Werner Vögeli was overseeing the kitchen and wine cellar in the early 2000s.
Both left their unmistakable mark not only on Swedish cooking but also on Stallmästaregården itself.
The menu still includes classics such as Biff Rydberg, Culinary delights
a popular dish with diced fillet of beef and potatoes, onions and mustard cream.
The restaurant serves its own smoked salmon as well as other delights made of locally-sourced, seasonal ingredients.
Guests can also enjoy activities such as wine tasting and cooking classes.
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