”Fika” in style at…


Stop by Brogyllen, one of the grandest cafés in Gothenburg. Located on Västra Hamngatan, the café offers all the classic pastries, cookies and baked goods in a setting where glistening chandeliers and grand pillars lend your “fika” an air of luxury.  

Västra Hamngatan 2

Steinbrenner & Nyberg

Gothenburg café chain Steinbrenner & Nyberg has 7 cafées and they’ve certainly made their mark on the Gothenburg “fika” scene. One of their cafés is located at the square Järntorget. Enjoy a vast selection of baked goods, pastries, cookies and coffee. When the weather gets warm, the outdoor seating area is a great place to sit and enjoy a “fika” while taking in the bustling neighbourhood Linné.

Linnégatan 2

Ahlströms Konditori

Ahlströms Konditori has served “fika” to visitors since 1901. Take a seat in the café lounge and admire the remaining original pieces of the 100 year old interior, or if the weather’s nice, take your “fika” outside in the cosy courtyard. 

Korsgatan 2

Cinnamon buns you won’t forget at…

Café Husaren is located in the charming neighbourhood Haga. Choose from all kinds of pastries and cookies, and don’t miss what is perhaps the most photographed café item in Gothenburg, the giant cinnamon bun!

Haga Nygata 24

The popular Gothenburg café da Matteo has three locations as well as their own sourdough bakery, and it’s a must stop for a “fika”. The delicious cinnamon and cardamom buns are perfect after a walk around the trendy shops near Magasinsgatan.

Magasinsgatan 17A

”Fika” with a twist at…

Kafé St Agnes

On the street Teatergatan, near the main boulevard Avenyn, you'll find the cosy family-run café St Agnes. Everything they sell is made from scratch and most of the bakery is vegan – but just as tasty (or tastier) than if they had used traditional ingredients. Their vegan "semla", a traditional Swedish pastry, got top ratings in the magazine Syre's test in 2019!

Teatergatan 32

Flickorna på Färjenäs

Dog friendly café Flickorna på Färjenas is located at the foot of the bridge Älvsborgsbron, on the Hisingen side. Enjoy a classic Swedish “fika” accompanied by four legged friends. Here, the dogs are the VIP-guests and they’ll get their own “fika” while you tuck in to your cinnamon bun.

Karl IX:s väg 1


Let local design inspire you while you enjoy a “fika” at trendy shop and café Heyday. Heyday is full of of exciting interior design and accessories, and they also serve great coffee and delicious cookies and pastries. Visit them at Kyrkogatan in the city centre. 

Kyrkogatan 19