Fika spots – Robert Kwok

Robert Kwok is a passionate fika blogger and in his own blog,, he shares tips on cafés and everything that has to do with the Swedish fika culture. In 2015 Robert won a price as the best Swedish food blogger and in the same year he made it to Bookatable's Top 40 on Sweden’s best food blogs.

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Fosch Artisan Pâtisserie - Löjtnantsgatan 8, Östermalm

Right behind Musikhögskolan by Stadion you’ll find Fosch Artisan Pâtisserie, which opened their doors in June 2016. The Pâtisserie is owned by Malin Eklund and Damien Foschiatti and their specialties are French inspired pastries with Swedish flavours. I warmly recommend a chocolate mousse that they’ve named 3-C and consists of crème brûlée with vanilla and crispy caramel made out of cocoa shell. The toughest challenge you’ll face while visiting this café is to make the right choice since there is so much to choose from.

Bageri Petrus - Swedenborgsgatan 4B, Södermalm

One of the best craft bakeries in Stockholm is located by Mariatorget. Petrus is an award winning small bakery with few seats where expectant customers will que to buy freshly baked bread and different kinds of pastries. At Petrus you’ll find fantastically delicious cookies and my wife Annie refuses to buy cookies from somewhere else. The desire for experimenting is big and here you’ll find many innovative pastries mixed with classics like the cinnamon buns. Adam Söderström who works here became the Swedish master in bakery 2014 and is the captain of the Swedish national baking team.

Lundbergs konditori - Sjöbjörnsvägen 2, Gröndal

In Gröndal you’ll find Lundbergs konditori with influences from 1946. The bakery is owned by Mattias Wallmark and Per Klein who both have experience from the bakery and pastries national team. 

Robin Delselius bageri - Renstiernas gata 19, Södermalm

In November last year Robin Delselius opened his new bakery in Södermalm. The place has been completely renovated and Robin hired an interior designer who created the beautiful interior. Here there are tall light-grey wall panels, a stylish bench along one of the walls, dark brown vintage chairs and beautiful lamps from Swedish armatures. It is a bright and spacious room with big windows. Everything is home-baked and you’ll find different kinds of buns, croissants, cookies and bread. In other words, there is always something for everyone to choose from.