Nygrens Café got its name from the old grocery store that was once in the same courtyard.
The building has been carefully renovated and the tiled walls, valvet sofas and Crystal chandeliers gives the café a delightfully cosy feel. When the weather allows, the pretty cobbled courtyard becomes a popular place to fika in, where customers linger to enjoy the homebaked bread and cakes, soaking up the historical surroundings of the former store that once also housed an eighteenth
century coaching inn.
Organic coffee beans are freshly ground for each customer and you can enjoy both espresso and cappuccino as well as filter coffee. Tea drinkers have a wide choice of different
red, green and black teas.
The Philosophy of the café is that the conscience takes part in deciding what to buy. All the eggs that are used are organic and from chickens spending their time outside, the flour is organic as well and produced att a nearby mill. All chocolate, in both the cakes and drink is of course organic too, and also produced in Sweden.
Available at the café: Home baked bread and cakes, new and old swedish fika classics. Salad bowls and sandwiches with carefully selected ingredients, preferably organic.
Special alternatives: If you want a gluten, lactose, milk or egg free pastry or cake there is always something for you, and gluten free bread is available.
Food is served indoors and outdoors, about 80+80 seats.
The café is situated in the historic milieu of a courtyard with in the 1700s housed both an inn and a trading post.
Nygrens Café is in the White Guide Café and classed one of Sweden´s best cafés.