A view of our window display
In our downstairs bakery we line all our tarts by hand with butter pastry
Blackcurrant rye topped with sunflower seeds. Superb together with a strong mature cheese!
6am and our äppelmazarins are being finished with a touch of icing sugar
A bird's eye view of our tart selection.
We offer a wide range of traditional Swedish tarts
Perfect treat for your "fika" tea or coffee time
This is one of our most traditional tarts. You'll find it in nearly every bakery in Sweden.
If there was such a title, this would be Sweden's national cake. We sell whole ones and slices from our fridge, freshly made every day. They are perfect for a celebration as you can have an inscription of choice on it.
This is one of our "bakelse" best explained as a small cream cake. There are many different Bakelse in the Swedish baking tradition. This berry bakelse in the picture is almost like an English trifle with sponge, custard, berry compote and fresh cream.
This treat has many names in Sweden - Skumraket (foam rocket), Gräddboll (cream ball).
It is a delicious soft and creamy vanilla meringue dipped in chocolate.
We make our own hot chocolate powder with a blend of Belgian chocolate, dark cocoa powder, muscvado sugar, vanilla, cinnamon and a few more spices.
Try a cup in our café
For our granola we use rye and spelt flakes instead of just rolled oats for a healthier tummy. Organic dried blueberries, blackcurrants and strawberries give the granola the sweetness of Swedish summer fruit.
A sweet and cardamom spiced rusk, is how this item could be explained. Perfect to dip into hot or cold blueberry soup, rose hip soup or why not just tea or coffee
Rye brittle with honey roast nuts, black pepper and spices.
Sponge Cardamon cake.
In our baking tradition we have a lot of different mjuka kakor(sponge cakes). We make a few of the most popular ones.
This is a soft cardamom spiced wheat bun filled with a marzipan creme and topped with whipped cream. It is only being made around Lenten time - Jan to Easter.