Cooper & Wolf

  • Sarah Surgey
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  • 23rd July 2015
  • In need of a Fika? Want to discover more about Sweden through its food? Or just want to see what all the buzz about Nordic eateries is which is?     Nordophile is very pleased to of found an authentic Swedish place who can answer all of your questions in one go! Cooper & Wolf first opened […]




    In need of a Fika? Want to discover more about Sweden through its food? Or just want to see what all the buzz about Nordic eateries is which is?

     

     

    Nordophile is very pleased to of found an authentic Swedish place who can answer all of your questions in one go!

    Cooper & Wolf first opened its doors in 2012 and it serves honest home cooked Swedish food and serves coffee

    They are a family run café/restaurant, offering breakfast and lunch seven days a week in the heart of Clapton, overlooking Millfields Park.

     

     

    They are proud to offer a menu of honest home cooked Swedish food inspired by head chef Paul and owner Sara’s family recipes, going back by generations. Dishes include Swedish meatballs, fresh fish and vegetarian options. Using quality seasonal produce, we pickle our own herring and make our gravlax (cured salmon) in-house.

    Every day they offer a “Dagens” daily special from the menu.

     

     

    They bake their own Swedish cinnamon buns (Kanelbullar) and a selection of cakes daily.

    They’re passionate about coffee using beans from Caravan’s Roastery in Kings Cross espresso based coffees from their beautiful Synesso machine and a changing weekly selection of single origin beans at the pour over bar all served by head barista James and co.

    They also offer a lovely selection of teas from their friends at ‘Make Tea not War

     

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    www.cooperandwolf.co.uk

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    Fika London

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  • 3rd June 2015
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    FIKA Bar & Kitchen first opened its doors early 2008, thanks to Sadaf, a Swede who after more than 10 years in the UK felt she needed to bring the Swedish Fika tradition to London Having a ‘FIKA’ is good for you. Whether you’re bored or over stimulated, busy or twiddling your thumbs – it’s good […]




    FIKA Bar & Kitchen first opened its doors early 2008, thanks to Sadaf, a Swede who after more than 10 years in the UK felt she needed to bring the Swedish Fika tradition to London
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    Having a FIKA’ is good for you. Whether you’re bored or over stimulated, busy or twiddling your thumbs – it’s good to remove yourself from your everyday routine to relax, unwind, catch up with friends and be re-inspired.
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    In its truest sense, it means to have a coffee break. But this has evolved into a cultural phenomenon combining food, drink and company. We embrace Fika in all its forms and welcome you to have yours the way you like it
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    FIKA is a little oasis (check out the not so secret roof garden!) on busy Brick Lane open every weekday from 12am – 11pm & 10am – midnight on weekends. The Fika family creates a quirky and cosy atmosphere and serves delicious Scandinavian inspired dishes, treats and drinks. 
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    FIKA is also a creative space made to inspire. The Fika team welcomes pop-ups, holds workshops and events and has also launched Fika the shop, showcasing beautiful items that will make great gifts, for your loved ones or yourself. 
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