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One of FIKA's 13 locations in New York City.
One of FIKA's 13 locations in New York City.

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Take a coffee break – Scandinavian style

The ritual of fika is a Scandinavian tradition, a moment of calm and serenity. It’s a pause, a chance to chat over coffee with friends, family, colleagues, or lovers. Scandinavians are top consumers when it comes to coffee (rivaled only by the Dutch), but if you’re far away from Scandinavia, worry not. You can “grab a fika” the world over.

Café Valentin, Neukölln

The German cake scene won’t let you down, but just in case you need a Scandinavian take on sweetness, find Valentin.

Sanderstrasse 13, Berlin Neukölln, Germany

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Finds, Hong Kong

Lunch, brunch, or dinner: Finds have you covered, even offering waffles, Scandinavian style.

The Luxe Manor, 39 Kimberley Road,  Tsim Tsa Shui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China
finds.com.hk

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Fuglen, Tokyo

A legendary Oslo coffee bar turned cocktail bar turned design shop – that landed in Japan.

Tomigaya 1-16-11, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan  
fuglen.com

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Nordic Bakery, London

London means lots of Scandinavians – and lots of Scandinavian coffee. Here you will find authentic details and all the caffeine you require.

14a Golden Square, Soho, London, UK
nordicbakery.com

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FIKA in New York.

FIKA, New York

Scandinavian coffee culture colonizing New York, with some of the finest brew in town.

41 W 58th Street, New York, US (chain)
fikanyc.com

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