Café String / Stockholm

Nytorgsgatan 38 Bondegatan Stockholm 116 40
Opening Hours
Sun, Fri, Sat 09:00 - 19:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 09:00 - 22:00

Välkommen till Café String Café String startades 1992 av Susanna Bark och Sofia Fredriksson. De hade länge spånat på idéen att öppna ett ställe där man kunde kombiner antikhandel med caféverksamhet. Namnet String kommer från Nisse Strinnings berömda ståltrådshylla, den såkallade Stringhyllan. Vi erbjuder en upplevelse med en färgstark mysig miljö, god mat, en otroligt populär frukostbuffé på helgerna samt tillgång till trådlöst internet Kom förbi och ta en fika, njut av en glass i solen eller ät en god sallad!!

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Blogger Reviews @ Café String
String – One of those cafes in Södermalm
String – One of those cafes in Södermalm I don’t know what happened but my favorite café isn’t my favorite anymore. I still come here and enjoy the furnishing and cozy atmosphere but the sandwiches aren’t like they once us ... continue Stockholm Spotted by Locals · Blog
Tips from the Net @ Café String
breigh mattson en
Went last week with some friends, ended up having to wear our coats indoors, it was that cold and when we asked they said they'd just had the entrance door open to clean. We were there over an hour and felt it. A bit scruffy inside, bathroom grubby (no hand soap?!) and not the cosy atmosphere we'd hoped for. Shame GooglePlace - January 2018
Stefan Wessels en
Nice space but with mediocre food, used to be a lot better, think they are using cheaper ingredients maybe GooglePlace - January 2018
Stanislav Ivanov en
It is a cosy cafe in Södermalm popular with students and younger crowd. I would say that the food and drinks are not incredible, but it is totally quite nice if you want to work or study. GooglePlace - December 2017
Martin Scott en
The only good cappuccino that I could find in Stockholm (admittedly only a sample size of five) :). Friendly staff, great veggie options! GooglePlace - November 2017
Ian Higham en
Decent coffee. It’s a very young crowd and the tattered mismatched antique-ish furniture is a bit aggressively “quirky” for me. We get it, hipsters live in this neighborhood. There is also a diner smell as if buttered bread is being grilled constantly, which I don’t care for. GooglePlace - November 2017