Delicious! Raspberry pie was like a crumble. Latte was creamy and had amazing latte art. Very cozy inside.
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Went on a late visit (around 18 on a Sunday), and were met by a very friendly host. After drooling over the selection of in-house made baked goods, we ordered raspberry pie, an almond flour cookie, and cappuccinos. The pie was served with a solid...More
The best (Italian style) coffee I have found at Haga Nygata. In addition to the coffee, the lentil soup is nice and the cakes are good (although maybe not amazing, like the coffee). If you're a tourist, go for a "kolakaka", a buttery caramel-ly biscuit...More
A chance to sit in the sun & sample a mocha from a popular espresso bar, reasonably priced by Swedish standards good selection of sandwiches & cakes, plus masses of loose leaf tea, one of about 6 coffee shops in the main road, so why...More
As fussy Australians we have found it hard to find good coffee in Sweden. This place was recommended by an Aussie expat although he warned it wasn't exactly up to Australian standards. I'd have to agree, but the coffee was decent all the same. A...More
Very cosy coffee place that serves up some great salads too. It's a place that caters to a lot of locals where other coffee shops in Haga are tourist traps in general. There's a nice italian Vibe to the place.. Recommended.
At the end of Haga Nygata this is one of the many places you can choose from for a drink. The place looks good and is rather small with the bar placed along the long side of the cafe. The coffee was good. Outside you...More