Hemma has several personalities: comfy child-friendly café space; trendy electro and rap pub; and business lunch/after work bar. I’m not sure how you can combine those places, but it actually works pretty well. Easily the largest of this small local chain of Scandinavian bars, Hemma packs two bars with 12 taps on two levels, loads of comfy seating, a table football table, a kids area and a projector for events into its premises.
My favourite time to go to Hemma is in the week for lunch, so I can get their daily special with elderflower cordial and coffee for £ 6. If you can’t make weekday lunchtime, then their brunches and lunches go down a treat with a cocktail on a lazy Saturday or Sunday. Hemma often has events on, such as pop-up vintage and craft shops, country-themed nights with traditional dishes and music, and Crisp Wrappers, a night of hip hop and free crisps. You can keep up-to-date with their goings-on by following them on Twitter.