High up above Brunkebergstorg in the heart of Stockholm, chef Frida Ronge's stylish concept consists of two floors filled with Nordic/Japanese influences and a sustainable ethos. Eat or just enjoy a drink with unbeatable views over the city. The concept includes a restaurant, bar, chef's table and roof terrace.
The restaurant on the thirteenth floor serves modern, playful gastronomy where Nordic ingredients meet Japanese techniques and flavours. The menu includes fish dishes, vegetarian dishes, fusion desserts and a wide selection of sake. Open for lunch and dinner.
With just eight seats, Unn is an intimate and exclusive interpretation of a Japanese teppanyaki. A seasonal omakase menu is served, with six courses cooked and presented by your own personal chef. To eat here you have to book the whole Unn.
Alongside the bar on the fourteenth floor you'll find Izakaya, a modern take on the traditional Japanese beer hall. Sit around community tables and eat Asian small dishes made from top quality ingredients and drink natural wines. Dinner and brunch are served. Many dishes are available for take away.
Drink cocktails with Nordic/Japanese flavours, eat bar food from Tak's Råbar and take in the atmosphere all year round at the bar on the fourteenth floor. They also serve up culture, club nights and exhibitions.
IMA is a peaceful oasis high above the rooftops focusing on Japanese drinks. Sample a whole tasting menu of (small) cocktails, or choose from sake, Japanese whisky, bubbles, wine and beer.
The terrace at the top of the buildings boasts stunning views. The place to come to drink cocktails under the stars in the summer months, but also to drink hot drinks and enjoy the buzz in the indoor bar during the colder part of the year.