Posts Tagged ‘fika’


3 for 6 Euro. Delicious. Fresh. Lovely setting but always crowded. Wait in line. Eat.

/Miss T



“A little bit chocked by the fact that my premium fika for me and my kid at Centralkonditoriet i Väderstad costed under hardly 50-bill. Bun, noisettemazarin, chocolat ball, coffee and soda = 49 SEK”

Editor in chief travelling threw summer Sweden and experience countryside prices (49 SEK = 4,5 Euro).

Other bargain places to go for a Swedish fika:

Börjes in Tingsryd: coffee 1,50 SEK and schrimp sandwich 19 SEK.

Fiket i Ödeshög: Two soda, sponge cakes and buns 38 SEK.



Looking for a cup of tea and Le figaro in Stockholm? This is the place to start your day in a more seductive way. Or if you want some huge cinnamon buns, an omelette or just black coffee to cure morning headache after a full night of party at close by club hub Stureplan. Weekend mornings are always packed but it is as nice to pop in for late breakfast or early lunch mid week. My friend who is a regular says they serve great lunch. I hardly know because I ended up with an enormous fresh baked bun and giant cup of tea. Read the many newspaper or do some people watching on the busy pavement outside if you don’t have a date. Saturnus is the name of this cosy place, that attract people of any age, on a small street two minutes walk from the epicenter.

Place to be:
Eriksbergsgatan, Stockholm