Scandinavian, French
ClosedOpens at 17:30
$$$$ Price range per person SEK 2 100
Svartlösavägen 52, Stockholm
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Stockholm, Stockholm County, Sweden

French and Scandinavian cuisines are offered at this restaurant. Enjoy good scallops, borsch and pizza that are proposed at Aloë. You can order tasty ice cream. When visiting this place, it's a must to try delicious wine or good champagne. Degust great latte.

The positive aspect of this spot is that the staff is cute. If you want to experience fabulous service, you should visit this restaurant. The lovely decor and quiet atmosphere let guests feel relaxed here. This two-star Michelin restaurant is to serve you excellent dishes created by a senior chef.

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It’s in the back of a clothing store. Can be tricky to find but definitely worth it.
Been here twice, both times were great, once we had the degustation menu and once they had an a la carte menu with small dishes, of which the octopus was quite the standout. The service was great, we got cold towels upon arrival as it was very hot that day, followed by delicious food, especially the bao, and tasty wines, of which I strongly remember one which tasted of rubber, but in a good way. Definitely recommend a visit.
Truthfully? I've never had the delicate predicament of writing a review when I'm truly, and utterly, lost for words. The concept of Aloë is as exciting and straightforward as it is quirky and faceted. To open a high end restaurant in the middle of a suburb (Älvsjö); the whole idea is so far out there that the only thing I can do is applaud the bravery (or admire the sheer stupidity, your choice). Whatever way you choose to look at it, the success can never be overlooked. Walking in through a patio door it's like taking a step through the wardrobe to Narnia. You arrive into something you never figured you'd find at this particular spot. There's wooden flooring with wooden ceiling and large skylights up way high. From there hangs several lamps in a wide variety of clear glass bowls emitting a warm dim light over the dining area. We are instantly greeted by the serving staff taking our coats and I almost excuse myself for being a bit early (about 20 minutes). But they make use for it, showing us to a lounge area with soft and deep sofas next to the completely open kitchen with its black-tiled walls and staff working with a precision and dedication seldom seen. We're asked if we want something to drink, and for such a joyous start to an evening I saw no other out than a glass of wonderous champagne. The whole place emitted a sort of easy-going exuberance. Style and flare but without the pretentiousness. A while later we were shown to our table, a stone marble table with contemporary and minimalistic decoration completely in line with the rest of the environment. I found the general art of the place to be in that perfect balance; slightly left of center but still on the right side of provocative. And to have a copy of the French cooking encyclopedia by Alain Ducasse as bathroom leisure reading is mind-blowingly humurous! Alas, having being seated at our table we were presented with the menu that is a fixed experience with a fixed price. And going over the whole 18 dishes I was going to get to sink all my senses into over the next couple of hours, the whole experience went to another level of exciting. Trying to explain each and every dish with words would be like describing a color palette to a blind man, it can't be done. What can be said is that all the dishes are intriguingly and intricately prepared without a single flaw. All the flavors are high, intensive, inventive, creative and breathtakingly perfect. Not to mention that they flow in a perfect pace. All the dishes are described with both passion and detail, not to mention the description of the wines and the particular grapes, the soil, the finish and what makes it go with the particular dish being served. I cannot count the number of times I just sighed, closed my eyes, and found myself dreaming. Some dishes felt like taking a bite out of the ocean, others like wandering in a forest, or at times like you were happy Charlie with a golden ticket in Willy Wonka's chocolate factory. For me, from an emotional standpoint, this is culinary perfection. Best restaurant I've eaten at in years, and the first restaurant in Sweden to ever score a 5/5 star rating. And speaking of stars, this place should have a star in guide Michelin as well, it's just that fulfilling and rewarding for the mind, body and soul.
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Svartlösavägen 52, Stockholm, Stockholm County, Sweden
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted No delivery Parking Booking Wheelchair accessible No Wi-Fi TV
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue Closed
WednesdayWed 17:30-00:00
ThursdayThu 17:30-00:00
FridayFri 17:30-00:00
SaturdaySat 17:30-01:00

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