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Fika is a social institution in Sweden; it means having a coffee with one’s colleagues, friends, date, or family. When we got wind of Fika Café, we knew we had to give it a shot. How often do we come across a Swedish café (No, IKEA’s not counted) that is halal? It located right at the junction of Beach road and Arab street, a place that is popular with Middle Eastern tourists and Persian carpet merchants in the Kampong Glam area, it naturally made sense.We ordered Kopparberg Pear Cider ($7.90),
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Fika is a social institution in Sweden; it means having a coffee with one’s colleagues, friends, date, or family. When we got wind of Fika Café, we knew we had to give it a shot. How often do we come across a Swedish café (No, IKEA’s not counted) that is halal? It located right at the junction of Beach road and Arab street, a place that is popular with Middle Eastern tourists and Persian carpet merchants in the Kampong Glam area, it naturally made sense.
We ordered Kopparberg Pear Cider ($7.90), Korvstroganoff ($17.90), Mushroom and leek pasta ($15.90) + Additional Meatballs ($7.50), Meatballs ($19.50), Mushroom crepe ($15.90) and Apple crumble ($9.90).
Fika – it’s Scandinavian cooking that’s simple but homely and hearty – and we loved it. Meatballs are a must try!
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