Voulez-vous something Swedish for dinner? Take a Chance on Fika Swedish Cafe & Bistro in Bugis, where you can spend your Money, Money, Money on a proper feast. The Name of the Game is Swedish cuisine, of course, so Gimme, Gimme Gimme a smorgasbord, say Thank You For The Meatballs and – Mamma Mia! - they’ve even got a few pasta dishes as well. Knowing Me, Knowing Stew (Korv Stroganoff, in this case) is on the menu on Beach Road, so say I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do to Fika, gather your family – Does Your Mother Know That You’re Out? – send out an SOS to your friends and head on over to Singapore’s finest Swedish restaurant. You just need to Have A Dream and book a table – The Winner Takes It All, after all – to Abba great night out in Bugis.
Loved the beef crepe wrap. Nice Cody environment. The salmon crepe seems to have dropped in standard though. They changed the way it was done.
The krovstroganoff is very good but the meatballs are a little bit on the dry side and need more seasoning. Fast and friendly service. Will definitely comeback to try more in their menu!
still love their crepes like the beef one is still the best. the rosehip soup was weird tasting though. Maybe its a swedish thing? lol. Otherwise nice place.
The staff are friendly. Main dish can have more variety. The taste of the Baked potato with Skagen was quite unique. Never tasted similar at any where before.
a very good place to gather with friends and spend the afternoon away catching up. scrumptious fika breakfast that comes with a juice and coffee/tea. meatball pasta is a little disappointing as the meatball doesnt have any "wow" factor and pasta is kinda salty. but rest assured Cakes are as delicious as they look. :)
The lady boss is very nice! Creamy corn soup she gave us to try was super! Steak was very good. But beef crepe was not nice as mushroom crepe we ordered last time. Beef was too hard.