Café String
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Stockholm Sips and Snacks
To take a break, or to fika, is an integral part of Swedish culture, and many locals escape to cafés at least once a day. The word fika was once slang for kaffi (coffee). But fika is more than a cup of joe. The ritual often involves pastries, or fikabröd, such as kanelbullar (cinnamon rolls) and mazarin (marzipan tarts). Café String serves thin pancakes topped with lingonberries and ice cream—a classic Swedish meal, not dessert. Café String, Nytorgsgatan 38, 46/(0) 8-714-85-14, This story appeared in the September/October 2011 issue.
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Nytorgsgatan 38, 116 40 Stockholm, Sweden
+46 8 714 85 14
Fri - Sun 9am - 7pm
Mon - Thur 9am - 10pm
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