Their Swedish Deli is one of a kind and has now expanded! They stock a huge selection of both fresh food and dry goods, with everything from delicious Swedish 'Open' Sandwiches to hand picked cloudberry jam. Most of the meals on their restaurant menu are also available to take away and enjoy at home. All fresh deli produce is homemade and lovingly prepared everyday.
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Think of Ikea, but on steroids. This establishment serves both as a sit-down restaurant, coffee bar, and a mini grocery store that specializes in Scandinavian consumables. You have your option of dining in, taking out, or just browsing their interesting grocery selection. VISIT SITE
You can certainly get stuff you can't find anywhere else in London here, even though it's a very small shop. There are some worthwhile food finds here including some of the spreads, which are inexpensive and lovely. (I recommend Bacon Oost, which is a highly addictive bacon mayonnaise.) There are non-food items (mostly kids stuff) and magazines as well. Definitely not the cheapest place in the world, but with brilliantly named sweets like 'Plopp' and giant chewy mallow dolphins) you absolutely cannot go wrong. A haven for anyone fancying a Scandinavian brunch (gravlax and meatballs a go-go). VISIT SITE