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Frilagret's Terrace | #smultronställegöteborg Winter in Sweden can be tough... VERY tough. Most of the time it's dark, windy and rainy in Gothenburg. So when the city gets blessed with a sunny day, everyone seems to be outside, no matter how cold it is. The café @frilagret is my number one spot on a sunny day - the sun hits their terrace all day long. Today, it was busy with sunshine seekers even though the café was closed. Gothenburg knows what's good ☀️
Brøderi Borgskog | #smultronställegöteborg Last weekend, the scent of freshly baked bread pulled me into @broderi_borgskog . What used to be a Chinese antiques store is now a beautifully refurbished bakery right next to Hagabion. I immediately fell in love with the bright, open space and the love for detail. The bakery produces everything from sweet goods like Kanelbullar and croissants to tunnbröd (thin, crispy bread) and sourdough bread. Besides baking the classics, owners Bella and Fredrik take the time to experiment and try out new recipes. At the moment they are perfecting their semlor, one of the most popular baked goods in Sweden’s winter months. In Swedish, „smultronställe“ describes a hidden gem. If translated literally, it means „place where wild strawberries grow“. Since I moved to Gothenburg, I discovered many of these hidden gems and decided to start a content series which portrays the places that make me love this city.