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Financial Times

Gannets get a little peckish around 11am, so I was very pleased to discover during my recent séjour in Stockholm that the Swedes feel similar pangs. They even have a word to describe it: fika, the agreeable… Continue reading…

London living

Our taste buds are leaving Britain again and flying off to Sweden for a fika (a coffee break). Tucked below the arches of Hoxton Overground station, Fabrique do the best Swedish cinnamon buns outside of Stockholm. Continue reading…

Metro

När de öppnade stenugns-bageriet Fabrique 2008 blev David och Charlotta Zetterström en del av den svenska surdegsvågen. I dag har de sju butiker i Stockholm och snart öppnas en filial i den trendiga London-stadsdelen Shoreditch. Continue reading…

Condé Nast

In an increasingly frenetic world where many of us eat lunch ‘al desko’ and order our flat whites ‘to go’, finding a moment to take a break is something quite special. Swedes, however, have got it nailed with their cultural ritual of fika. Continue reading…

The Wall Street Journal

Over the past several years, the kardemummabulle has increasingly become the fika bun of choice in Stockholm. As Charlotta Zetterström, co-owner of Fabrique, a chain of Stockholm bakeries, noted via email, ”A kardemummabulle is more ‘hipster’ and trendy compared with a kanelbulle.”… Continue reading…

The Telegraph

Fabrique was founded in Stockholm (where they grew to 11 bakeries) and has now expanded to Hoxton, east London. The owners promote simple cooking methods… Continue reading…

Time Out

Fancy a fika? The coffee break – fika – is a Swedish institution. No visit to Stockholm is complete without a languorous brew in one of the city’s coffee houses. Continue reading…

Bones mag

Charlotta and David Zetterström met in a bakery where they both were working extra. After their studies they ended up working in the finance industry for a couple of years, until 2008 when they took the step to open up their own bakery, Fabrique, which had been a dream of theirs for many years. Continue reading…