Videgård restaurant, Stockholm
Chef and businessman Erik Videgård is always pushing the envelope. He was one of those who introduced Stockholm to authentic Asian cuisine in the 90s. And now he has done it again by introducing the Nikkei cuisine to Sweden – a cuisine that offers a mix of Japanese and Peruvian tastes – a diverse, tasty and particularly surprising culinary fusion. Our Miss Holly upholstered chairs and Miss Holly bar stools fit right in in the new restaurant, which oozes warmth and offers a cosy feeling.
"Miss Holly has been a favourite of mine for some time. Jonas Lindvall, who designed this range of furniture, is also a very good friend of mine. The bar stool is very comfortable even though it is made entirely of wood. The generous shapes invite guests to take a seat and they love the comfort and warmth of the material. The chair works perfectly with the other furniture and interior space, and its 50's look puts the finishing touches to the style used in Videgård's dining area. Guests sit comfortably and for hours. Another obvious benefit is the fact that the furniture is made in Sweden and is one of a kind."
The Videgård restaurant is located in Grand Ecalier's old premises in Sturegallerian and is a part of Stureplansgruppen. The restaurant seats a total of 100 guests, of which 30 can sit in the raw food bar. Videgård opened on 24 September and has already received numerous positive reviews.
Photo: Elin Sylwan