As we were lucky to go to Sturekatten not in the rush hour, we had all advantages of enjoying quiet late lunch/tea time. The atmosphere of this tearoom was very restful, with few visitors, mainly elderly Swedes. Sitting at the window you half-consciously expected Karlsson-on-the-roof breezing in and demanding a bun. The owners could add one more point to the general atmosphere of cosiness by resigning from custom-made crockery and replacing it with assorted things of various design.
About food – well, it was delicious if expensive. Especially commendable were pastries, though Sarah Bernardt cakes are definitely better in Copenhagen.