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What's on in December
We're open 7am - 2pm every day.
Closed for Christmas holidays on the 25-28 December & 1st January.
Welcome to fika
We opened our first Sydney location, in the classic Aussie beach suburb, Manly in 2013. We wanted to share the concept of ‘having a fika break’ with the Australian people. Our second location, Fika Bondi, opened in 2019.
As Sydney’s first Swedish eatery we don’t just bake our own desserts and bread, we hand roll every single meatball and make all our dips, sauces and Skagen from scratch. We infuse our own snaps and host as many of the Swedish traditions as we can.
But most importantly, we’ve become a place for many to call their home away from home. Välkommen in.
What does fika [fee-ka] mean?
Fika is a Swedish word that translates as ‘taking a break for coffee and a bite to eat’. But really it’s much more than that. It’s a moment to relax, to catch up with your family and to laugh with your friends. It’s making up for lost time, or part of your daily ritual. A cosy escape, or a refreshing pause. It’s the time between meals, the place between destinations. There’s always time for Fika. Our kitchen is your kitchen, so make yourself at home.