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First Review by jon active

Cheap and simple - Edit

The food and hygiene has improved a lot the last couple of years, and the place has finally left the eggs and dairy behind. They have also brushed up on the kitchen equipment and style. But the classic anarchist/socialist activist environment remains, so I still feel at home =) They always have vegan versions of seasonal foods and pastries such as "semlor" in February.


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Political - Edit

This is part of a community centre for people with very specific political ideas and very strong beliefs. If you're not interested, no need to visit here.

They have been serving vegan food for over 15 years, but it's always been strange tasting and poor quality. No commitment to health and quality. Definitely avoid this place unless you want to make friends with politically like-minded people etc.


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Sunday brunch - Edit

Vegan brunch = amazing cheeseburgers, mini blueberry pancakes, fresh fruit, smoothies and free refill coffee. The cafe and shop is sort of punk/antifa. The staff are lovely and it's obviously very popular on Sundays.

Pros: Delicious food - seemed to be all vegan except dai, Cheap, Relaxed atmosphere

Cons: none


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Why fake products? - Edit

First time eating the food here and must say I'm not happy with what I got. Not sure if it's a special theme but this was my take on Kafe44's food.

Weird combination of flavors on one plate. Pancakes, syrap, and sautéed mushrooms. Potatoes, mayo and strawberries? Well, I asked to get a plate without the pancakes and extra food. Not sure how much food a small pancake is worth but I didn't notice anything extra on my plate. I'm still hungry as I'm writing this review.

I honestly wouldn't recommend anyone eating this food considering the bad fake meats they use. Excessive oil on the potatoes and weird combination of ingredients. For 80 kr for one small plate of processed food I'd rather go next door to the large amounts of cafés in the area that can serve vegan food.

I also asked about the sugar they used but she wasn't really sure if it is vegan. Hopefully they'll look into it.

Pros: WiFi, non-profit, cozy

Cons: small amounts of food, waitress was on her phone every chance she got, shitty fake sausage


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Great Food & Atmosphere - Edit

Just go here! When you walk in, there's small book store area and tee shirts. Then go downstairs to cafe. Order at the counter then have a seat and they bring it out to you. Friendly, funky, awesome.

Next door is a community art gallery. You can go in for free and walk around.

If by any chance you remember the café called Ear Wax that used to be in Chicago, this is just like it!


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the best! - Edit

Dont ask why, just visit this place, you wont get disappointed!


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my new favorite place in Stkhlm! - Edit

it is placed in the middle of nowhere but once you open those doors you feel like you have just entered the closet of Narnia. chill/reggae/punk-ish atmosphere, great music, taaaaasty desserts for a cheap-ass price! haven't tried any of the dishes besides desserts but they have a new addition to their menu - all vegan BURGERS. Definitely coming back !

Pros: awesome music, chillax atmosphere, cheap and tasty food


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Well worth a visit! - Edit

What the others have said about punkish atmosphere, cheap prices, very limited menu options (one sandwish, maybe one other kind of dish - not always, one or two choises of cake or cookies) is true.

Absolutely worth a visit. Buy a t-shirt or hoodie from the store upstairs while you're there!

But note! It's best to check the opening hours from their facebook page. The place apparently runs on half- or full voluntary staff and they don't always get it open every day of the week.


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Fun, punky little place - Edit

Don't expect large selection. There were only one type of sandwich and two types of cake on offer. On the other hand, prices were not large either. And everything is vegan. Take a warm sandwich and a piece of snickerstårta (if you are not allergic to nuts) with a cup of coffee (with oat cream) and you'll be happy.

The staff was nice and friendly(, even though they opened fifteen minutes late and forgot a part of our order). I'm sure I will be back.

Pros: All vegan!, Nice staff

Cons: Small selection, No soy milk


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Food and revolution - Edit

How can you turn down a combination as fantastic as food (or coffee) and revolution? The books and the events at 44 is inspiring for everyone who wants a new system and a new world.


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Great - Edit

On the outside, pretty unappealing. enter through the little alternative bookshop (definitely find something inspiring there). Down some steps to the cafe. One or two dishes on the menu at about €6 including tea. It is a system that works well, Cheap, fast service.

Pros: Good, Very good, Extremeyt good


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alternative - Edit

I like this place, because it is basically the only of its kind in Stockholm: punkishly alternative, with lots of free spirit, with a freebox for things to swap, cheap vegetarian food, etc. Miss some good vegan options though.

Pros: good alternative vibes, cheap

Cons: not really a family place, vegan options limited


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Don't go to Stockholm without visiting 44 - Edit

A cool independent place with a history! Talk to the people volunteering there, check out the book selection and the culture programme. Lots of interesting things going on there all the time. There is a book about the history of the collective and the activities since 1983.

Crazily cheap and delicious. They also make vegan snickers, which is a classic.

Pros: identity, history, originality


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Great place to eat and hang out. - Edit

Cafe 44 serves good vegan food much cheaper than anywhere else in Stockholm. It is also a hang out for the radical community with the bookshop and venue attached to the cafe. We ate there everyday we were in Stockholm.

Pros: Good food., Cheap for the area., Friendly staff

Cons: Often rather busy!


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