Petter Nilsson, the chef who reinvented the Swedish cooking, is coming to London

Swedish top chef Petter Nilsson, from Spritmuseum Restaurant in Stockholm, is known for reinventing the Swedish cooking (read more about it here). He brought “the country to the city,” by cooking in clay and hay before everyone else did and celebrating vegetables over proteins before that became a global trend. Petter is internationally renowned for his avant-garde style of food, inspired by the old Swedish peasant culture. He was the head chef of La Gazzetta in Paris – one of the city’s most celebrated neo-bistros – before his contemporary and innovative cooking style is started revolutionising the Nordic cuisine.
If we tell you that next week he is coming to London for a one off event, does it sound to you as something you shouldn’t miss?
Petter will cook alongside Alyn Williams from the Michelin starred restaurant Alyn Williams at the Westbury in the occasion of the  CHEFstock event. They will create a unique eight-course tasting menu. Tickets for the event, including an exciting menu, a glass of Pol Roger champagne, canapés, water, coffee, petit fours and service charge, are £180. Bookings can be made by calling the reservation line on: 020 7183 6426 or by e-mailing
The event is part of the London Food Month:

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