This little café, located in Vasastan of Stockholm, serves salads, sandwiches for lunch along with different pastries and a delicious cup of coffee. Sankt Eriksgatan 88, Stockholm.
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Bistro Berns, Nytorget 6, Matkonsulatet, Cajsa Warg (grocery store).
Pärlans Konfektyr 🍬
Their caramels (or do you say toffee in English?) are truly heavenly. These women started making their own caramels in a little factory/shop close to where I used to work – which ended up being extremely dangerous. Their caramels comes in a bunch of different flavours like: vanilla, sea salt, liquorice, raspberry, chocolate and the list goes on. Nytorgsgatan 38, Stockholm.
For a taste of classic Swedish pastries I can suggest dropping by Xoko. A few of my favourites? Try a Mazarin, a traditional “Prinsesstårta” (Princess Cake) or Chockladbeskvi. Rörstrandsgatan 15, Stockholm.
Rosendals Trädgårdskafé 🍰
Another place I love bringing people who are visiting to. It’s just too cute not to. The café is located on Djurgården, a 20 min walk from the city centre but believe me, you do not feel like you’re anywhere near the city. Surrounded by rose bushes, apple trees and the cutest gardens you can have a cup of tea, cakes or cookies while just taking in the surroundings and beautiful nature. Rosendalsvägen 38, Stockholm.
The cutest little café serving a great breakfast and delicious pasties during the day. It looks so old school and charming and I love stopping by during a little shopping day or for a meeting. Biblioteksgatan 6-8, Stockholm.
Café Pascal 🍴☕️🍰
Another cute little café in Vasastan inspired by France serving nice pastries, little sandwiches and lighter lunches. Norrtullsgatan 4, Stockholm.