It’s situated at Södermalm in Stockholm. The place looks very Asian with a lot of furniture from India, buddhas etc.. It’s has a very relaxed vibe, and is normally packed in the weekends.
They have salads, sandwiches and good cakes! I really like their carrot cake! A nice touch is that they ask you to not use your computer, and everyone is speaking with their company at the cafe! Just like it should be!
Katarina Bangata 21, Stockholm
Had a very nice afternoon at L’Adurre in Luxembourg.
I had a Millefeuille and a very rich hot chocolate. And some macaroons to bring home;)
The shop is just like a dream, and it’s impossible to not go in there.
And it feels like when you are a kid in a candy store… Impossible to choose!!
7 Rue des Capucins
At Espresso House in Lund, the town where it all started. Both for Espreesso House and me.
They started in 1996 by Charles and Elisabeth Asker. And nowadays there are 400 shops, and EH is sold.
I still go there sometimes, I especially like their chocolate balls and the cheesecake caramel.
And the shops nowadays are more cozy, so it’s nice to hang out there for a while.
I live on an island just outside Stockholm, Lidingö. And one of my favourite spots are this old house called Långängen where they serve a nice brunch and the nicest cakes. The building itself is from 1770. But the first house that was built there were around 1300’s.
For two weeks now has my son been having an internship there, and yesterday I finally had time to visit.
I normally take a long walk in the woods before eating. But not yesterday, me and Anna just had a big buffet of cakes!
It doesn’t look much from the outside, but when you get in there the place looks really cool, And then you see their cakes, so even if you plan to have lunch. Go for a cake too;)
Then you walk up the little stairs with your food, or cakes and try them out. Yummy😋⭐️ I had a Dulce de Leche cheese cake, and it was so good! It was sort of a pre lunch cake.
The latte looked beautiful, and tasted delicious! I can totally recommend this place! And the service is great!
Lilla Fiskaregatan 23, Lund
The word fika is Swedish, and we like to fika a lot. For you who are not familiar with the word, it means drinking coffee, cordial or tea with a cake.. Preferably a lot of them.. Today we had my sons class at home, and a lot of people had baked. So it was a really good Sunday afternoon.