Yummy bun and cozy ambience with nice music. I can see the reason that it is so popular with tourist
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From walking into this café we were immediately impressed with its interior and then as we walked in were greeted with a smile and said to take and seat and order when we are ready. They have a good selection of cakes and lunch items...More
The eldest cafeteria in Stockholm. Great atmosphere which wants you go back in time and experience the greatness back then. The coffee is good and refill is included. Cakes served tasted fresh and delightfull😊 Drop by here for a break and a travel back in...More
Nice place to take a coffee yet nothig more outstanding than some others except that this is one of oldest café in Stockholm. It's self service. The decor is cosy.
We had lunch at nearby Den Gyldene Freden and read that this cafe served lovely desserts. We ordered and paid first at the counter and then they called our order. We picked them up from the counter. Self-serve type of scenario. It was our first...More
A friend of mine who worked many years in Stockholm bought me here, and I can clearly see why this is a favorite amongst locals & tourists. There is heritage, 18th century setting, beautiful china cups & plates, awesome cakes perfect to go with coffee...More
This Bakery was recommended by a friend of ours. It is very old and an ideal stop with visiting Gamla Stan. There is unlimited coffee in nice china cups. We shared a lovely quiche and a strawberry tart. Would definitely go back!
We always visit some cafe while visiting a new town. In Stockholm, we were intrigued with this small cafe in an old town because we were told that on Sundays a Princess with her children come to have a cup of coffee. And the square...More
We had a short break from walking tour - excellent location, very old interior, main attraction- the brass coffee pot in the middle of the room, but the coffee itself was very poor! I think it was instant one... The cakes are delicious, I loved...More
This was the ideal stop on a walking tour of Gamla Stan. Great coffees and hot chocolate, lemon meringue pie, wifi and toilet break! We sat inside as it was chilly but plenty of outdoor seating in the little square. Charming decor and very pleasant...More