This beautifully-shot video by two Michelin-starred Restaurant Frantzén in Stockholm, Sweden is composed of striking food images seamlessly blended together into a visually appealing three-minute short. Titled "3 Hours in 3 Minutes," it gives the viewer a look of all the dishes the restaurant would create in a typical night of service, each boasting their own creatively stunning presentations. From seasoning and searing to poaching and plating, the video shows how inventive dishes like "gold" caviar over bone marrow, french toast topped with Alba truffles, and turbot with toasted chicken skin are brought to fruition in the restaurant's small open kitchen.
There's also a similar video depicting the restaurant's Winter 2014 menu, with dishes such as coal-flamed reindeer and dried reindeer penis (really). And for a more in-depth look at a single Restaurant Frantzén dish, here's a video chronicling the creation of one of its signature dishes — scallops — beginning with a potter throwing the clay to create the dishware it'll be served in. Now that's cooking from scratch.