GQ Magazine says: Aquavit has set up shop in London’s stylish St James’ Market, and it has certainly brought the Midas touch to the capital. From the bar stools to the bathroom taps, there’s no corner in this airy, beautiful restaurant that’s not been touched by gold. read more
The Evening Standard says: For its first foray (back) into Europe, Aquavit has chosen to focus on the more informal side of things — while its marble floor, shiny chrome fittings and low-hanging chandeliers have a luxurious feel there is a relaxed, bistro-like atmosphere. read more
The Telegraph says: Aquavit London takes a more casual tack, doing a "Wolseley" morning-to-midnight concept with a Swedish accent. It doubles as showcase for Scandinavian craftsmanship with an Olafur Eliasson-designed textile, Georg Jensen silverware and Svenskt Tenn furnishings. read more
Olive Magazine says: Stockholm’s Martin Brudnizki has managed to create an intimate yet opulent feel to the high-ceilinged space using timber-paneled walls, polished brass, blue and burnt-orange leather seats and striking emerald green wall hangings. The focal point is the huge bar, topped with Swedish marble and lined with bottles of snaps, aquavit (of course) and other sturdy Scandinavian spirits. read more




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