Swedish fika att Janelings in Eskilstuna

Fika like a Swede

Swedish fika is a concept known all over the world and it translates roughly to "having a cup of coffee or tea with cake or biscuits".

Fika is a big part of a Swedes everyday life, which explains why there's an abundance of cafés and coffee shops in Eskilstuna and all over Sweden.

Homemade treats for the sweet tooth

Some just want coffee or tea for fika while others crave something sweet to pair with their beverage of choice. And there is nothing better than homemade treats when the sweet cravings kick in.

Café Gröna Villan in Torshälla

Café Gröna Villan lies nestled in a large and wonderfully lush garden in picturesque Torshälla. Enjoy their seasonal menu with delicious dishes, freshly baked cakes, salads, fresh sourdough bread and Italian ice cream in several flavours. Everything is completely homemade.

Café Selma in central Eskilstuna

At Café Selma almost everything is made from scratch. Baked goods, jams, lemonades. Even the interior has been mostly handcrafted for that genuine homely feeling.

Waffle at Sundbyholms Guest Harbour

Sundbyholms Guest Harbour in the winter

Sundbyholms Guest Harbor

Sundbyholms Guest Harbor has a restaurant and café where you can enjoy homemade Swedish fika, and good quality food in a hearty environment.

The patisserie Amarant in central Eskilstuna, Torshälla and Eskilstuna west

Konditori Amarant (translates patisserie) serves everything from freshly baked cookies, pastries, bread, and pralines, to salads and sandwiches - and everything is homemade. Konditori Amarant opened up in 1957 and is located in three different places between Eskilstuna and Torshälla.

The patisserie Janelings in Old town/Stadsparken

The patisserie Janelings is located next to Stadsparken in Eskilstuna, in the same place as when it opened its doors in 1965. Here, all goodies are baked from scratch, in the same artisanal way as has always been done. But the confectioners here have an open mind to new tastes and trends - you will surely find a new pastry favorite here.