Thursday, 30 May 2013

Ready to go...

All ready for the first invited guests tonight, Restaurant Coba is alive with Mexican feel and aromas. At number 44 in Birger Jarlsgatan in the heart of Stockholm, my son Jonatan’s dream of a contemporary Mexican restaurant is being realized. While the chefs have created authentic yet creative flavours to enchant the palate, the decorators have done a great job.

We are more than pleased...

The décor is sophisticated yet playful; warm and inviting yet discreet. It plays with the fabled past and modern vibrant Mexico.  And is full of little surprises…

...even here in this little room exotic colour greets you 

Upstairs - chairs to invite total surrender
to the charms of the menu

Artwork by Jenni Porkka lines the staircase
up to the dining area

Yet another installation full of imagination and playfulness

Cool...really cool place for just being
 great scene for after work

...and more light-hearted art on the walls

In the background two gifted chefs from Orient Express hotel Maroma on Rivera Maya in Mexico have worked on creative flavours especially for the opening, while our head chef Manu Arriaga is making culinary magic and a menu to awaken appetites.

I won’t say more today. Stockholm people have  a chance to try this exciting addition to the city’s dining scene when the restaurant opens to the public on  5 June.

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