The Clarion Hotel Gillet offers exciting food in a relaxed atmosphere – from early morning until late at night!
Kitchen & Table by Marcus Samuelsson
Uppsala goes international in our Kitchen & Table restaurant by Marcus Samuelsson, with flavours from the melting pot that is Manhattan, prepared with Scandinavian ingredients and served in an atmosphere of "fun dining". Experience our relaxed atmosphere, personal service and a menu full of surprises, featuring something for everyone. Our "community tables" can seat 12 people and are a central feature that we recommend you try out with a large group of friends, or for a new style of meeting, whether you are a guest at the hotel or an Uppsala local!
The best breakfast in Uppsala is served right here at the hotel, every day of the week! Breakfast is of course included in your room rate, but you can still enjoy this tasty buffet even if you're not staying at the hotel! Just drop any day of the week and enjoy a great start to your day for 195 SEK per person!
Do as the locals do and try our wonderful weekend brunch! Every Saturday and Sunday from 11.30am-2.30pm, we serve a large buffet with cold and warm dishes, salads, finger foods, bread, cheeses and a delicious selection of amazing cakes and pastries! Juice, coffee and teas are included. The brunch costs 295 SEK per person. Children under 12 pay 15 SEK times their age!
Kitchen & Table Bar
In the mood for a glass of wine or an exciting cocktail? At Kitchen & Table Bar, we have a large selection of drinks to suit all tastes. Kitchen & Table bar is a popular hangout for both local residents and hotel guests.
During weekends, children are welcome to use our range of fun puzzles and games in the Kids Corner, just next to the restaurant. Kids staying overnight at the hotel will also receive a little surprise when they check in!
Palm oil-free food
The Clarion Hotel Gillet is a palm oil-free hotel, which means we have eliminated the use of palm oil in our food. Palm oil is one of the unhealthiest vegetable oils available, and production leads to the destruction of rainforests, which in turn damages the environment and the animal world.