Visit for a nice “fika”. A cozy and unique space to just grab a bite and enjoy your company you’d brought with you.
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Do not go to Vete-Katten if you are looking for hip and cool. Do go however if you are looking for comfort and satisfaction. This place has been around for many decades satisfying the people of Stockholm. The cafe is split into a number of...More
The interior of this cafe is spacious, airy, and light. There's a wide selection of cakes, sandwiches, and assorted sweets. Best of all (from a lover of coffee), the coffee is good, self-serve, and there is unlimited refills! It's a great place to go with...More
This place looks like a hidden gem in the shopping district in Stockholm with many cute , tranquil corners , serving with small drinks, incuding tea, coffee, fruit juices and light meal. There is also outdoor small tables and chairs , very good weather in...More
Wasn't anything special. Would not return to purchase that item. The cafe itself was super cute and the outdoors area was nice too.
Decent selection of cakes and pastries. Not very adventourous, though. Service is very good. Ambience is a bit "echoing" due to a large, and not so welcoming, setting.
Having heard so much about fika and the famed cinnamon buns, we made an effort to stop and try as many buns and have as many fika as we can fit in our schedule. We must have tried over half dozen cinnamon buns, and Vete-Katten...More
Vete-Katten is old world favor. A old style cafe with truly great food. They serve sandwiches, salads and great deserts. Ask for the Princess cake. The staff is very helpful.
One of my favourite cafes in Stockholm! Their famed princess cake was a harmonious balance of tangy and sweet between the raspberry and the marzipan. The fresh cream moistens the layers of sponge cake, creating an almost melt-in-your mouth texture and the marzipan is neither...More
Owned by Chef Johan Sandelin since 2012 and founded by Ester Nordhammar in 1928 it can safely be said that Vete–Katten is something of a Stockholm institution, and conveniently located just a few blocks from Central Station it proved a convenient stop en route from...More