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Everything about the Stockholm restaurant Frantzen, which serves just 120 diners per week from menus created daily, is personal. Head chef and owner Bjorn Frantzen wouldn't have it any other way. Opened as Frantzen/Lindeberg in 2008, the bistro-sized restaurant has garnered two Michelin stars and is ranked No. 12 on the World's Best Restaurant list of 2013, which is organized by Britain's Restaurant magazine and sponsored by mineral water company S.Pellegrino and Acqua Panna.Frantzen, 37, spoke in a phone interview from Stockholm about his Asian-influenced Nordic cuisine, his gardens and his first career choice: football. Q: How would you describe the cuisine at Frantzen?Q: Your restaurant is known for its white menus.A: You don't really have a menu when you arrive in the restaurant.
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