Fika is a ritual, a state of mind, and an attitude. This tradition is an important part of Swedish culture. All Swedes consider it important to make time to stop, socialise and take a break for a coffee and a little something to eat.
Bo & Louise are our local, 'Fika experts' and the Swedish owners of the Swedish Tarts cafes. Known as an Adelaide institution, Glenelg now has its very own location just off Jetty Road on Nile Street.
Of course, their tarts are legendary, but the team also offers amazing all-day breakfast and lunch with a distinctly Swedish flair. Louise is a pastry chef and everything from the cakes to the flatbread is lovingly crafted from scratch, made fresh daily.
Things to Try
Bo recommends some tasty Swedish treats to try...
- Swedish Flatbread $18 House-made flatbread, smoked salmon, spinach, aioli, capers, red onion & dill.
- Meatball Sandwich $17 Rye bread, Swedish meatballs, cucumber, mixed greens, beetroot salad & sticky balsamic.
- Glogg $5.50 hot spiced blackcurrant tea with ginger & cinnamon.
Bo & Louise renovated the new Glenelg store themselves adding their favourite finds and Swedish design touches throughout the space. They laid tiles, added quirky pieces, and created a space that is welcoming and perfect for a casual catch-up with friends.
Have you ever had one of those days where you feel like a bowl of coffee? The team has delivered, offering a $6.00 bowl of coffee heaven. Using their Signature 1645 roast and four shots of the best, this one is for caffeine lovers everywhere.
A Cake Fit For a Princess
Soft layers of sponge, strawberry jam, and whipped cream all topped with green marzipan make the Swedish Princess Cake world famous. Fika here we come!
Swedish Tarts now open at 11 Nile Street, Glenelg.