Gastronomic experiences by the Baltic Sea
French Dining Room, Veranda, Sea Front, Champagne Terrace. Grand Hotel Saltsjöbaden offers restaurant environments for all tastes, always with the coast in view. Our acclaimed chef, food and beverage manager Fredrik Malmstedt, is responsible for all menus. Whether you choose to enjoy your meal in the fancy French Dining Room, where it’s clearly historical, or in the more modern Sea Front, our staff is here for you. We prioritize your tastes – for us, food equals love.
Chef from the national team
The head chef Fredrik has a background in the Swedish chef team and has won many food medals, both in the World Cup and the Olympic Games. He has run a restaurant in Gotland and worked at the Swedish Embassy in Rome. His cooking is characterized by simplicity with the raw material at the center. “High flavors, nice presentation, love in cooking and not least satisfied stomachs. Our guests should be happy when they leave the table, ”he says.
Breakfast lunch dinner
The first meal of the day. Snacks at 3 o’clock. Champagne in the room. Coffee in the conference break. A luxurious dinner. We at Grand Hotel Saltsjöbaden have been serving delicious meals for over a hundred years and we value every day and every hour to be at the top. The pizza in the Sea Front is as important as today’s catch and the oyster in the French Dining Room – we make no difference.
Great company, great opportunities
Clinking champagne, pleasant sorrel, soft napkins. Chairs pulled out, conversations flying over the table. High and low. Many people, clear flavors. We have created a specially composed menu for you that forms large parties and a powerful buffet for you for more than thirty people. Shrimp cocktail, ceasar salad, raw beef with herb mayonnaise, tomato salad with buffalo mozzarella – there is something for everyone. Of course, we use raw materials by season. Our head sommelier provides suitable beverage suggestions. It is just as important for us, as for you, that the meal will be perfect.
Breakfast is served in the French dining room every day.
Monday – Friday 7:00 – 10:00
Saturday – Sunday from 07:30 to 10:30
Lunch with both Week’s Tips and classic on the menu is served in the French Dining Room.
Monday – Friday 11:30 – 14:00
Saturday – Sunday from 12:00 to 14:00
Dinner is served in the French Dining Room.
Sunday – Thursday 17:00 – 21:00
Friday – Saturday from 17:00 – 22:00
Bar Sea Front – the seafront bar Sea Front. Here you can eat pizza and bar snacks.
Monday – Thursday 14:00 – 23:00
Friday 14:00 – 24:00
Saturday 12:00 – 24:00
Sunday 12:00 – 23:00
Here you can buy simpler food around the clock.
A grand breakfast
Croissants, pain au chocolat, scrambled eggs, bacon, homemade tellicherry sausages. Our breakfast buffet contains everything possible spicy, hot and cold – and some more. Our morning breakfast cooks do their utmost to start your day in the best possible way.
Dinner at the Grand Hotel Saltsjöbaden
Dinner at the Grand Hotel Saltsjöbaden
We are proud that our kitchen and restaurants hold a high standard. Our food and beverage manager, the award-winning chef Fredrik Malmstedt, leads the work in the kitchen. They place great value on giving customers new exciting tasting experiences.
Anyone wishing to dine at the Grand Hotel Saltsjöbaden is welcomed to the French Dining Room between 17: 00-22: 00.
Of course, even those who do not stay in the hotel are welcome to visit our restaurants.
In the Sea Front restaurant, lunch is served. Enjoy food and drink on our beautiful outdoor terrace in our lounge sofas or have a drink at the bar while enjoying the wonderful sea views!
French Dining Room
Inspired by the French style, the hotel’s founder K. A. Wallenberg and his wife Alice decorated the French Dining Room in the late 19th century. In the fancy dining room, many well-known people have celebrated through the ages.
On the roof terrace you can enjoy something good in the glasses, oysters, meats, snacks and of course the fantastic view.
The champagne terrace is open and staffed every day as the weather permits, until August 18.