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Another of Stockholm’s more storied spaces it was after a visit to Fotografiska that Pärlans Konfekty fit into a lengthy day of eating, arrival shortly after opening greeted by an expected “Hej” as a young female clerk went about her business stocking shelves while two...More
I read an article naming these caramels as one of the top items to buy in Sweden and I was NOT disappointed! The shop has such a great vibe and the saleswoman was so helpful and offered samples of the delicious caramels. I purchased $40...More
They make toffee candy! On one side of the shop there is the store and on the other you can see from outside how it's made. The have simple flavors yet amazing flavors! The only catch- it is very expensive! 1 piece of candy for...More
This is a lovely shop in a really nice quartier. We were just walking arround and we saw that they were doing bombons. But the surprise was to see a little fridge with home-made ice-creams! This was absolutely fantastic, I had chocolate and minth.
I am a connoisseur of caramels anyway, so I knew I had to stop into this little shop while I was in Sweden. The vanilla salt combo has quickly become my new obsession. They say they ship internationally, but I have not been able to...More
If you haven't had artisanal (yes, so overused) caramel, you're in for a real treat. If you have had it (we have a local maker that is very good and I've had some from some shop in NYC), you will still be in for a...More
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SoFo & Medborgarplatsen
Throughout the last decades these neighborhoods transformed from a rather quiet residential area into the birthplace of Swedish hipsterism and became Sweden’s main hub for new fashion labels, independent coffee shops and innovative gastropub concepts. Despite their extreme transformation, SoFo (South of Folkungagatan) & Medborgarplatsen managed to hold on to their residential charm and quietness and became
one of the most sought-after places to live among young people in Stockholm. This neighborhood is also home to Sweden’s highest student hall, Skrapan, which used to be the head office of the tax authorities and now combines a mix of student hall and shopping mall with a bar on top.