Without doubt one of the best places in Lund complete with an excellent service! Would recommended 10/10!
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We had two types of quiche (ham/broccoli and salmon). Both were clearly made by hand, not in factory, with crunchy pie shell and generous toppings. They came oven-warmed (not microwaved) and with both salad and delicious rye bread. Fast & friendly service, too.
Went here with my kid for some tasty breakfast. Friendly service and great quality bakery. Will come again next time.
Unfortunately a pretty bland bakery. I’ve been buying sandwiches and salads from here a few times but it’s no wow experience really. Staff has always been very friendly though!
Very friendly and helpful service - keen to please. Reasonable decor. Not a lot of lunch items - sandwiches, pasta etc - but reasonable quality for the price. The food service was a little slow the day we ordered, but not terrible. Excellent range of...More
Just stopped quick for a sanwich and muffin before the train ride. 55 sek for a tuna fish sandwich including a drink is prolly the norm price now-a-days. The sandwich was good with lettuce and a couple baby tomatoes. The bread was tasty just the...More
Cute business, GREAT variety of bakery products of different kinds. Very friendly and easy going service. A great semla and a foccaccia style baking product which had an amazing yeast root dough. So excellent and considerably cheap. Only minus latte was not too excellent but...More
Id give this bakery five out of five If all the employees had the same warmth with the same treatment . Nice breakfast buffé at the price of 69kr with a lot of things to choose . But then again some of the employees should...More
Not a single thing is interesting in this local chain of bakeries. Every day they serve the exact same boring breads, buns, and sandwiches. And none of them taste anything. Why you would go here when there are so many proper bakeries all over town?
Mormors is offering good bakery goods at a reasonable price. They are not as good as St. Jakobs around the corner, but also less expensive than St. Jakobs. I liked the bakery stuff, although the atmosphere is not so charming. So I would recommend it...More