In the picturesque neighbourhood Haga, made up of wooden houses and pebbled pedestrian streets, is Café Kringlan. Take a waffle break while exploring the shops in Haga Nygata, where you find everything from hats and organic toys to antiques, interior decoration and spices.
Haga Nygata 13
Every Sunday is Waffle Day at Boulebar. At the weekly event Våfflan, you get as much waffles and boule as you like for 100 Swedish kronor. Waffles are also part of the French inspired brunch menu on weekends. Waffle-la-la!
Want to try something different? This cosy café in Vasaplatsen offers different takes on the thicker Belgian waffle, topped with fresh fruit, homemade ice cream and chocolate sauce. And if you’re on the run you can have yout waffles to go, straight from the window!
Slottsskogens våffelstuga (Café Bräket)
Slottsskogen, the locals’ favourite place to unwind, is dominated by natural parkland with native trees such as linden, beech, maple and various species of oak. Next to the park zoo, with elks, Gotland ponies and Gute sheep, Café Bräket serves classic Swedish waffles. Try a sweet version with cloudberry jam and whipped cream, or a salty one with the famous West Coast shrimps.
Slottsskogen Park Zoo
Want to top off your waffles with a bit of nature and fresh air? Head for Kaffestugan Lyckan in the Delsjön area, a short tram ride from the city centre. They are open all year round, and surrounded by stunning woodland, shimmering lakes and cute little rabbits and goats.
Delsjön, tram stop: Bögatan