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Mathias Dahlgren Named ‘Chef of Chefs’ 2012

The winner of the prestigious Swedish ‘Chef of Chefs’ award for 2012 was announced today by the Restaurangvärlden magazine. This year’s “Chef of Chefs” award, voted on by Sweden’s internationally renowned corps of elite chefs, went to Mathias Dahlgren. This is the eighth time in the twenty year history of the award that it goes to star chef and founder of the Mathias Dahlgren Dining Room and Food Bar restaurants.

"The Chef of Chefs award is a special and highly esteemed accolade in many ways. For me personally, it is extra special as the title is voted on by my distinguished and knowledgeable chef colleagues across Sweden," said Dahlgren.

"We have the honour of collaborating with Mathias Dahlgren and can only add our voice to the chorus of praise. He has helped us set the highest of gastronomic standards at the Grand Hôtel, enabling us to provide exceptional added value to our guests," said Marie-Louise Kjellström, CEO Grand Hôtel.