2021 Shared second place in Game Restaurant of the Year – for the second time.

It was top three in Sweden and shared second place in the competition organized by the Swedish Game Academy The jury’s reasoning was: “Through exciting adherence to the calendars of nature and wildlife, Färna manor lets the best of the ingredients rule the evening’s menu. With noticeable pride in Bergslagen’s pantry, the farmer and the forest are made heroes.”

2020 Färna’s chef Lara Katchinskaia Audience favorite and 4th place in Young Chef of the Year

On February 24, the finals of the Young Chef of the Year competition were held in Stockholm, which resulted in the nomination of the public’s favorite and a shared fourth place, for just 21-year-old Lara. The international competition organized by the Chaîne de rotisseur was held for the 44th year.

2019 Färna’s sous chef Robin Hytter 2nd in Eco Chef of the Year

On September 14, the national final of the Eco Chef of the Year competition was held in Växjö Konserthus, where six finalists competed to combine the best of modern gastronomy with a consistent appr oach to sustainability. For Färna Herrgård’s sous chef, it was an honorable second place, it was clear after the finalists struggled to create a three-course dinner in front of an audience in three hours.

2019 Our chef Björn Olfenius in 2nd place in Game Chef of the Year 2019

Behind the Game Chef of the Year award is the Game Food Academy, which together with Eriksberg and the Swedish Hunters’ Association wants to increase interest and knowledge about game meat. The chairman of the jury is Gert Klötzke.

2018 Shared second place in Game Restaurant of the Year

We ended up in joint second place and received Honorable Mention. The competition is organized by the Swedish Game Academy and the Swedish Hunting Association. The Swedish Game Academy’s vision is to protect hunting and the management of game for better meat quality and to promote the art of cooking game and that the processing of game meat can take place in the best way.

2017 Head Chef Inga-Lena Eriksson and Chef Emma Eijre win

Bollinger La Grande Ann ée – an unexpected food combination. The jury’s reasoning: “After a convincing presentation and tasting of the most unexpected and perfect combination for Bollinger La Grand Année 2005, a unanimous jury has named Färna Herrgård as the winner.” The competit ion was organized by Champagne Bollinger in collaboration with Arvid Nordquist.

2017 We are selected in the prestigious restaurant guide, White Guide

2016 Souschef Emma Eijre wins Meeting Chef of the Year

The battle was between 18 of Sweden’s best chefs from meeting facilities around the country. This year’s meeting chef is extra tough as the competing chefs only have 45 minutes to create a two-course conference lunch. The jury’s reasoning: “A good hand with great security and self-confidence in his cooking. Cooking to perfection with a delicate raw material.”

2014 2nd place for Färna chef Björn Olfenius in Matverk.

2013 2nd place for our Chef Inga-Lena Eriksson in Matverk together with Nibble Gårdsgris and Strömsholms Brygghus.

2012 Wenche & Inga-Lena in ducted into the Chaine de Rotisseurs.

A French gourmet association that selects chefs and restaurants for this award.

2012 Our head chef Inga-Lena Eriksson named Food Entrepreneur of the Year in Västmanland.

Excerpt from the jury’s reasoning: “She does her utmost to make the county’s and the region’s delicacies accessible and presented to her guests who come from all over Sweden in an inspiring way with unmistakable enthusiasm and joy. This year’s award winner shows with all the desired clarity that it is not only possible to serve food from the region, but that it is also qualitatively and economically profitable!”

2010 2nd place for the Färna chef Robin Hytter in the West Manland Chef of the Year.

2007 Our Chef Inga-Lena Eriksson wins Västmanland Chef of the Year.