Oh my! I am taking my daughter there this Saturday - it's been on our "must do" list for a while now! Glad to know it's as good as it looks!
When I'm in Sweden I sometimes buy some sweets there. I am not addicted to sweets, you know! But all the funny colours and forms are awesome. :)
Right now, with the hunger that I have, is a crime that you put this photo ;-)
sheri-it's also as expensive as it looks. or perhaps i just buy too much.
Never heard of it, but am now very tempted to swing by Christopher St. after work. Also--tried Empire Bakery this weekend after reading your post a few weeks ago. Homemade Swiss Rolls and Snowballs...what-what!?!
Here in London, there is a new trend of opening such sweet shops. Personally, I don't like those kind of sweets but seems nostalgic to everyone.What I do love is the design of these shops and the old fashioned interiors (at least in some).
jenn-i'm so glad you tried empire! what's not to love about homemade nostalgic baked goods?tina-i agree. i think the modern design is half of the intrigue.
I need to go to this place.
Hey Rebecca, do you know Happy Pills???(they're not swedish though, but I'm sure you're going to love them!)Check it out: www.happypills.es/#/en/home:)
laura-ok, this is a cute idea. thanks for sharing. happy pills would make the coolest gift. plus a few for myself.
(they're candy, by the way...)
sweet goodness! i love candy by the pound.
I went there this summer and, oh, it was so good! I wanted to take home a little (or a lot) of everything.
Oh I have a sweet tooth like no one else. My ultimate weakness is cookies, but my sweet tooth isn't too picky! ;)
mouth is drooling just looking at thisxosami