“Our menu features high-quality French Pan-Asian food, but we like to pick the very best from several different countries,” explains Martin Deniz, manager of the popular restaurant Cloud Nine. Ideally located next to Stockholm Central Station and several hotels, Cloud Nine serves up eclectic food and a lively ambience to everyone who loves life.
Cloud Nine’s main dining room is spacious and bright, and the interior is carefully selected to be reminiscent of a French bistro atmosphere. Here, locals, business people and tourists tuck in to an Asian lunch menu, where hand-crafted sushi, dumplings and pokébowls are the centrepieces, or a mouth-watering dinner menu, where the restaurant’s awardwinning dim sum dishes are served fresh, every day. The finest prime steaks, fresh seafood and other signature dishes also feature on the evening menu. “We have two different dim sum tasting menus as well – one with three dishes and one with four dishes,” Deniz explains. “And we will soon introduce wine pairing to go with these menus.” Deniz also highlights that the restaurant has desserts “for everyone”, whether guests want to indulge or keep the calories down.
A new room for beer lovers
Cloud Nine has recently opened a new room next to the main dining room called ‘World Of Beer’. Here, guests can order from the same menu as in the dining room, but the ambience is more relaxed, reminiscent of a pub. “Our staff in here love beer and have great knowledge about beer from all over the world,” Deniz promises. “You get the ultimate experience from us if you start with a ‘beer date’ at World Of Beer and then finish off the evening with some excellent food in the Cloud Nine dining room.”
For those who prefer some privacy or are organising a larger group gathering, there is also a third option – the Dim Sum Room. “Our booths in this room are particularly popular and people call to reserve these specific tables,” Deniz explains. All summer long, Cloud Nine will also keep their outdoor space open, weather permitting.