Like other parts of the world, Sweden’s coffee culture is more popular than ever with a huge emphasis on sustainability. Rooted in their fika tradition, take a look inside the coffee scene of West Sweden.
Gothenburg is Sweden’s second largest city, but feels quaint with cobblestone streets weaving over canals. Here’s how to explore the best of the food scene by foot
Kanelbullar or cinnamon buns are a delicious Swedish pastry served at fika. Gothenburg’s Café Husaren makes one of the largest buns. Try making your own.
In Gothenburg and West Sweden, seafood is religion. They are proud of their fishing heritage and serious about their restaurants. Try a taste of the sea.
Gothenburg is where all the cool kids hang out. Sure you go to Stockholm for retail therapy, but if you are sick of fighting the crowds, jump on a train.
Michelin stars, top-class seafood, innovative chefs and a vivid agricultural landscape are great reasons why foodies love Gothenburg.
Head to Gothenburg for a constant food experience you will never forget with handpicked favorites from the locals. Join us at NORTH for a sneak peak.
Celebrity Chef Marcus Samuelsson has opened his first restaurant in his hometown of Gothenburg. Kalle Bergman decided to check it out.
Sasha Gora blows her budget on bread at Alvar & Ivar each time she visits Gothenburg.
The Avalon Hotel in Gothenburg is the city’s first member of the Design Hotels network. Kalle Bergman decided to check out both their design and their food.