Upper House Dining receives its first Michelin star

Upper House Dining has been awarded its first star by the Michelin Guide.
“I’m incredibly proud and absolutely delighted,” says Krister Dahl, Executive Chef at Gothia Towers and Upper House. “A Michelin star has been one of our goals, and shows that our focus has been spot on.”

Since Upper House opened in September 2013, the restaurant has received a number of awards and excellent reviews. Today, 24 February, Upper House Dining has also been awarded a much longed-for Michelin star.

What does this Michelin star mean for Upper House Dining?
“This is a fantastic endorsement and a great reward for all the hard work that all our staff put in,” says Krister. “We’re a professional team, many of whom have been with us since the start. And in the autumn we gained Gabriel Melim Andersson as our new Head Chef, pastry chef Fredrik Borgskog and Fredrik Holm as our Restaurant Manager.”

What is the next goal for Upper House Dining?
“Continuing to focus on the overall experience, which is crucial to our success. We will keep developing and will not rest on our laurels. We know that our guests keep coming back and have a sense of curiosity. If we focus on our guests, we’ll also continue to be of interest to the Michelin Guide.”


The Upper House is a five-star concept with 49 rooms, one suite, upscale restaurant, spa and relaxtion zone, and is located upon Gothia Tower’s second hotel tower. Upper House was part of the Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre´s large investment during 2011-2014, where a third hotel tower with 450 rooms and a modern show arena of international standards was constructed. The Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre’s vision is to be Europe’s most attractive venue by offering the best overall experience.