Halland cafés in the White Guide

Written by Lisa Söderholm
Lisa Söderholm Redaktör och friluftsälskare

White Guide is a restaurant directory that makes it easy for you to find Sweden’s best cafes. And in Halland there are no less than eight cafes on the list

The ever popular Feldt’s, Stålboms and the open-air Äppelgården Café are up there with the eight that have earned this honour. When you’re in Halland next, you should make it a point to head down to at least one of these establishments. We promise you won’t be disappointed.

Award winning Borgmästargården

Although, it’s been around for a few years, Borgmästargården has made it to the White Guide multiple times. Borgmästargården is housed in an old villa in the centre of Falkenberg. Discover an array of freshly baked buns and sinfully decadent cakes all served on exquisite crockery here. A word of caution though. It’s rare that you’ll find the same treats on offer every day. That’s because everything’s made with fresh seasonal ingredients that may change from day to day. But no matter what’s on your plate, you can be sure that it is baked with loads of love and passion.

Bild på bullar, kaffe och en bit paj.
Excellent pastries and a lovely environment. The perfect combo for bliss.

Photo: Borgmästargården

World-class coffee at Cortado coffee shop

There’s coffee then there’s coffee at Cortado’s in Halmstad. With coffee, a small part of the secret is in the beans; the big part of the secret is in the brewing! At Cortado’s they do both exceptionally well. They also ensure they only pick beans that have been cultivated in a way that’s nice for both humans and for nature. Drop by and experience the difference.

Feldt’s Bread & Confectionery

At Feldt’s Bread & Confectionery, there’s a secret ingredient that adds magic to everything they bake. It’s passion. Everything’s made from scratch with natural, organic ingredients. This cosy little craft bakery is situated in Halmstad and greets you with the aroma of freshly baked bread the moment you step inside. Get there early though. This place is very popular and the buns run out real quickly.

Bild inne i Feldts Bageri
At Feldt’s, the secret ingredient in everything they make is passion.

Photo: Agneta Kristiansson

Sourdough bread at Gårdsbageriet, Idala

Gårdsbageriet is a tiny farm bakery housed in a converted barn in Idala, just outside Kungsbacka,. You’ll find the freshest buns, breads, crisp breads and their headlining sourdough bread here – everything made from scratch. Most of their ingredients are organic and they don’t use artificial additives. They have a cozy café where you can relax and enjoy some freshly baked bread along with a cup of coffee.

 

Coffee, chocolates and clothes at Kassett-Kaffe etc

If you’re wandering down the pedestrian street in central Varberg, you’re more than likely to spot Kassett-Kaffe etc; it’s situated in a unique building constructed in the 1700s. Sit down with a cup of freshly brewed coffee or if the weather’s a bit chilly, a nice mug of hot chocolate. Then browse through a hand-picked collection of apparel and interesting knick-knacks. At Kassett-Kaffe etc you will not only find really good coffee. There are plenty of other delicacies and small gifts to buy for friends back home.

Bild på person som står bakom serveringsdisken
At Kassett-Kaffe etc you will not only find really good coffee. There are plenty of other delicacies and small gifts to buy for friends back home.

Photo: Oskar Albrektson

Only ingredients here – Solhaga Stenugnsbageri

In a red wooden house in the heart of Slöinge lies Solhaga Stenugnsbageri (stone oven bakery). You won’t find anything artificial in what they bake here; the emphasis is on real, honest-to-goodness ingredients. You’ll find all manners of breads, buns, croissants, cakes and other sweet pastries here. And the coffee comes from the café next door – Slöinge Kafferosteri. In the summertime, the bakery transforms into a garden café where you can enjoy the warm sun on your shoulders as you sit amidst lush green surroundings.

Ett fat är fyllt av kanel- & kardemummabullar.
At Solhaga you will find buns and pastries made with locally sourced flour.

Photo: Oskar Albrektson

Falkenberg’s oldest patisserie – Stålboms

Stålboms has been around for over 60 years and is a classic for all Falkenbergers. Today it serves more than just pastry and an excellent cup of coffee. You can get lunch here and buy a variety of breads and buns. Some evenings, they have live music with big name artistes. When the weather’s right, you can sit outside and chat for hours.

Bild på två tårtbitar och en kaffekopp.
Stålboms is much more than a patisserie.

Photo: Destination Falkenberg

Simple and tasty – Café Äppelgården

Café Äppelgården in Slöinge is an unpretentious and modest café where the emphasis is on simplicity and all things good. Freshly picked apples from the gardens are turned into delicious tarts and thirst-quenching juice. You can enjoy these along with some freshly baked waffles sitting comfortably in the shade of the apple trees.

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