If you happen to be lucky enough (even luckier if you can get yourself a table!) to be in Stockholm right now - or in the near future make sure you head to Nosh and Chow. The newly opened, innovative, upmarket townhouse is linked to the city’s trendsetting Berns boutique hotel. The 150 person restaurant functions like a Soho House-style club and centers around a brasserie du monde restaurant, with support from various bars and lounges. A place to see and be seen, Nosh and Chow prides itself on an intimate atmosphere members type club with no membership list. 
And the cuisine? - expect the menu to be on global rotation, bringing the world to Stockholm using homegrown products with the first four cuisines being South-East Asian, Finnish-Russian, North American and North African.
Oh and did we mention the decor? With interiors on the first two floors designed by the lauded Catalan architect, Lázaro Rosa Violán. Featuring a miscellany of pieces from around the world, in line with Lázaro’s reputation as an “urban archaeologist”, including maps found in a market in Tokyo, lamps from a Polish hockey-rink, glass shades produced by Mallorca’s oldest glass factory and original tiles made for Barcelona’s La Sagrada Familia.

Berns open their townhouse doors!

Berns is today opening their latest edition in Stockholm - Nosh and Chow. Consisting of an entire townhouse on Norrlandsgatan 24, the building covers four floors and a private courtyard with a “hidden house”. 


With 2300m2, several restaurants, bars and hotel suites you will be wanting for nothing when the open their doors today. The restaurant on the ground floor has seating for 150 people and serves lunch, dinner and drinks at the bar. On the tempting menu you´ll find dishes from all corners of the world but based on Swedish produce. And don´t miss the “hidden house” in the inner courtyard where you will discover an exclusive speakeasy bar.