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Watch Restaurant Frantzén's Winter 2014 Tasting Menu Artfully Come to Life

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In what's become a tradition of sorts, Stockholm, Sweden's two Michelin-starred Restaurant Frantzén filmed the plating process behind its gorgeous Winter 2014 tasting menu. Among the dishes revealed by chef Björn Frantzen and his team: tartar of reindeer with crispy onions and grated reindeer penis; horse tataki with lichens and grated frozen liver; and the recurring "Oyster '45 min,'" now served with fir tree oil, goat milk, and frozen lingonberries.

Also, check out the "Bread" course, which actually features a fermented rye soup in lieu of, well, bread. Go, watch:

Video: Restaurant Frantzén – Winter edition 2014

· Restaurant Frantzén – Winter edition 2014 [Vimeo]
· All Restaurant Frantzén Coverage on Eater [-E-]

Restaurant Frantzen

Lilla Nygatan 21 111 28 Stockholm, Sweden

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