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Fat Tuesday

Fat Tuesday was traditionally the last opportunity to stuff yourself before the lent leading up to the Easter holidays, and in Sweden a tradition developed of eating a special bun called "semla". The semla is usually made up of a cardemom bun filled with sugary almond paste and topped whipped cream. 

If you want to uphold tradition you will only devour it on Fat Tuesday (this year on February 28:th). However, perhaps due to its popularity, you can buy yourself a semla in most pastry shops and cafés already in mid January and onwards.

Broms

Restaurant

City center/Norrmalm: District guide

1 Attraction • 6 Shopping • 2 Café • 2 Restaurant • 1 Activity

Johan & Nyström

Café
Johan & Nyström

Green and organic snacks

3 Shopping • 4 Restaurant • 3 Café

Fåfängan restaurant and café

Café
Fåfängan restaurant and café

Greasy Spoon

Restaurant

Rosendals garden café

Café
Rosendals garden café

A.B.Café

Café

Guide: Brunch

9 Restaurant • 2 Nightlife • 1 Café

Petite France

Café
Petite France

Blåbär

Café
Blåbär

Gildas rum

Café
Gildas rum

Wienercaféet

Café
Wiener caféet

Sosta

Café
Sosta

Coffee Connoisseurs

5X Café

Saturnus

Café
Saturnus

Louie Louie

Café
Louie Louie

K-Märkt

Restaurant

Flickorna Helin Voltaire

Café
Flickorna Helin Voltaire

Skroten

Café
Café Skroten

Breakfast spots in Stockholm

5 Café • 5 Restaurant

Stikki Nikki

Café
Stikki Nikki

Södermalm: District guide

1 Restaurant • 1 Nightlife • 5 Attraction • 2 Shopping • 1 Café

Scarfó

Café

Stockholm on a rainy day

2 Café • 4 Shopping • 4 Attraction • 2 Activity

Kafé Esaias

Café
Kafé Esaias

STHLM Raw

Café

Luzette

Restaurant