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Beijing8

A food truck has parked at Stockholm Arlanda, serving dumplings from original Chinese recipes and organic tea drinks. The successful restauranteur Mikael Ljunggren is the man behind the award-winning Beijing8 restaurant chain. The concept is "slow fast food," a meeting between a thousand-year-old food culture and modern-day sustainability and "green" thinking.

Category: Restaurant | Vegetarian

The story of Beijing8 begins when the restaurateur Mikael Ljunggren travelled to China and discovered the country's ancient food traditions, as well as a Taiwanese dumpling robot. It became a new kind of fast food chain that brings together authentic recipes and modern values of environmental sustainability and local production.

Dumplings and tea without any additives are served from the window of the food truck in Terminal 5. The flavours are authentically Chinese, with delicious fillings such as duck and ginger, pork and shiitake mushrooms, beef and chili coriander – and totally vegetarian options. It should be "better for your body, tastier for your palate and more ethical for restaurant guests," according to Beijing8.

Opening hours: Daily 5:00–21:30

Location: Terminal 5, gate F58.

Dishes available: A combination of ancient Chinese tradition and modern organic food culture.

Price range: Hot dishes starting at SEK 42

Time guarantee: Under 15 minutes

Contact:
Telephone:+46(0)8 522 355 00

Beijing 8 logotype

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Beijing8

Terminal 5 After security

Opening hours:

Daily 05:00–21:30

Phone:

+46 8 522 355 00