What’s better for a cold, windy day than a warm cinnamon bun that smells (and tastes) like heaven? If you’re in the city center and look for a shelter to take a break in, don’t miss this spot. It’s just five minutes away from the main square, yet it isn’t a crowded tourist cafe at all.
Kaffe Bageri Stockholm’s nordic vibe is magnetic. A cafe is located in a tiny house that seems to be rooted between townhouses. It’s designed in the Scandinavian style with red walls – but the interior is even more heart-warming.
If you’ve ever wondered what Fika means, instead of googling for the definition, you should go to Kaffe Bageri and feel it to the fullest. Take a sip of coffee or chai latte and lick off the creamy foam from the cup’s edges. Here you can buy handmade ceramic mugs imported directly from Sweden. Motives of Pippi Longstocking stick out timidly from the edges of the pottery, which you can buy as a souvenir.
Kaffe Bageri is run by Adam, who decided to open his own cafe after years of traveling to Sweden. He will treat you with kanelbulle – sweet, rolled buns, fluffy on the inside, crispy on the outside, topped with roasted almonds flakes, and a pinch of sugar. There are two core versions – with cinnamon and cardamom plus one seasonal variation. Now, in the autumn you can try pumpkin kanelbulle. Sounds good? Believe me – it tastes even better and smells amazing!