Brasserie Le Rouge is a warm and cozy brasserie located in the Old Town. The decor consists of bright colors, heavy fabrics and turn-of-the-century details that are reminiscent of the Moulin Rouge. The restaurant is suitable both for those who want to pop in for a main course or those who wish to eat a five-course menu. Personal, traditional and inviting describe both the dishes and the atmosphere.


“The Sommeliers’ Themed Lunch was a perfect set-up, with really good French-inspired food and the very best of Italian wines. The Acciaiolo was to me a wine with really good ageing potential. Amazing!”


Janni Berndt
Brasserie Le Rouge

The twin souls of Tuscany

The tradition of Chianti Classico VS the innovation of the Maremma


Mikael Göransson
Journalist – ScandinAsian Taste

Christoffer Enquist
Journalist – Livets Goda

Erik Duarte Martins
Sommelier – AG

Janni Berndt
Sommelier – Brasserie Le Rouge

Åke Jacobsson
Publisher – Världens Viner

Daniele Garripoli
Sommelier – Gondolen

Sören Polonius
Head Sommelier – F12

Katarina Alwin
Journalist – Flying Marketing

“I was impressed by the wines, which showed very well. On the event format, I thought this was excellent. I liked the blind tasting element as it made you think about the wines and encouraged discussion. Also it was extremely useful and informative to taste the wines with food.”

Mikael Göransson
ScandinAsian Taste