The Swedes like their carbs as much as their coffee. Put them together and you get fika, the Swedish term for a coffee break with a sugary treat. Traditional baked goods worth trying are sweet rye bread, crunchy, hearty knäckebröd crackers, and bullar, — soft, dense, chewy and slightly sweet buns enhanced with everything from pearl sugar, cinnamon and walnuts to saffron and cardamom.
Bageri Petrus is where the locals will tell you to go for best-executed mix of Swedish traditional breads and innovation. They also do pleasant, fruity cup of drip coffee and have a decent sandwich selection.
Swedenborgsgatan 4B, Instagram.com/bageripetrus