Stockholm Pop-Up Restaurant
The pop-up restaurant, Dill, was set in the basement of an iconic historic building, as used for the filming of the "Girl with the Dragon Tatoo." The concept invovled a restaurant split in two halves; savoury and sweet.
An informal urban dining experience with live music and open kitchen interaction, the restaurant was open for four weeks, of which every night was a sell-out.
In a genius twist at the end, it was revealed that all produce from the pop-up was supplied by grocery chain, Lidl, with the aim to prove that good quality produce doesn't have to cost the earth.