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Adolf Fredriks Kyrkogata 10, Stockholm, Sweden

Serves meat, vegan options available. Cafe in an old church building serving traditional Swedish cakes such as princess cake. A vegan sandwich may be prepared upon request. Open Mon-Fri 10:00am-5:00pm, Sat 10:00am-6:00pm.

Categories: Lacto, Ovo, Bakery, Swedish, Non-veg

3 Reviews

First Review by treemelody

Vegan Swedish princess cake! - Edit

There is no better deal for vegan sweets in Stockholm! Located inside of a church, this traditional bakery have a very sofisticated cakes, including some vegan options. An for drink, you can choose between coffee with oat milk and a wide selection of teas. I tried the elderflower one and it was delicious and very sweet. I spent a perfect morning there!

Pros: cakes cakes cakes, decoration, infusions

Cons: not fully vegan

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Delicious vegan pastries and beautiful environment - Edit

Beautiful place and the pastries we had were very tasty. Staff was also nice and helpful.

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Traditional Swedish cakes & pastries - Edit

This place has been popular among vegans for several years as they serve veganised traditional Swedish cakes and pastries. They used to only serve them on certain days but I have received confirmation that they now have the following on offer EVERY DAY: sunflower biscuit, toffee cream puff, mint chocolate mousse, Princess cake (sponge cake, jam, whipped cream, vanilla custard & marsipan) and chocolate Princess cake. The cakes are quite expensive and small in size but very good. It is strongly advisable to call in advance and ask them to hold cakes for you to avoid disappointment upon arrival.

In addition to the 'fika' they have salads, sandwiches and soup on Wednesdays and Fridays. I had a sandwich made for me upon request about a year ago which was fine but nothing special. I have yet to try the other lunch options.

The place itself is a grand parlour/tea room with red velvet chairs and gilded details although it's getting a bit worn. The café is run by the Christian church Citykyrkan and is situated in the same building as the church.

Pros: Traditional Swedish cakes & pastries, Central location & grand interior

Cons: Small portions & quite expensive, vegan stuff sells out fast

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