During the hot days, you will see people socializing and taking coffee breaks under the sun. But during the cold days, most people will look for a warm and cozy interior for their coffee breaks.
Since the weather was good, we decided to take a short fika outside The Royal Palace.
Inside the peaceful Palace's square, you will encounter a cafe truck selling a wide variety of delicious sandwiches and homemade pastries.
The colorful food selections was accompanied by a relaxing outdoor seating and a beautiful view of The Royal Palace.
You can't say that you have visited Sweden without trying the humble cinnamon bun. The cinnamon bun was big, rich and studded with sweet icing - a perfect match for a cup of black coffee.
The Swedish apple pie was slightly different from the usual English style we know. The apples were held together by a softer dough instead of a crusty base. It was indeed a lovely pie with a different twist.
When I arrived in Stockholm, my dad taught me a new word called "Fika", which means to drink coffee/tea/squash, accompanied by something sweet such as cinnamon rolls. This is similar to our Malaysian way of "Yam Cha", except that our version of Fika is usually cheaper and involves something savory.