Welcome to Arabusta Café Sergel
Yet again listed by restaurant guide ”White Guide” as one of the best cafés in Sweden (listed 2015 through 2018)
In the old glass worker’s lodgings at Lindshammar glass works you’ll find Café Sergel that serves traditional regional home-cooked food. The newly renovated B&B offers a strategic starting point for excursions in the Kingdom of Crystal. Fully licensed. 5 km to zipline
In 2019 the Småland Opera will perform “Don Pasquale” in nearby Åseda, please see playdates package offers.
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for a quick, and usually quite enteraining, translation.
To book B&B call +46 (0)383-211 90 or visit Booking.com
Open Fridays and Saturdays 11am–11pm, Sundays 10am–4pm 28th of June until 18th of August (the might be som exceptions, please check the web site again before travelling).
Lindshammar is situated along route 31/28 south of Vetlanda (20 kms) and north of Kosta (45 kms). Distance from Copenhagen 330 kms (via bridge), Malmö 290 kms, Stockholm 370 kms, Gothenburg 245 kms, Oslo 540 km. Småland Airport VXO 55 kms.About the habit of fikaSwedish pronunciation: [fi:ka]
is considered a social institution in Sweden; it means having a break, most often a coffee break, with one’s colleagues, friends, date or family. The word fika
can be used as both verb and a noun. You can fika at work by taking a “coffee break”, fika
with someone like a “coffee date”, or just drink a cup of coffee, tea or other non-alcoholic beverage. A “fika”
almost always includes something to eat, such as biscuits, cakes and even sweets, accompanied with the drink. This practice of taking a break, often with a cinnamon roll or some biscuits, cookies, or a fruit on the side, is central to Swedish life.
In some preschools/kindergartens the foundation of fika
is laid. There are normal fruit breaks [fruktstund] for kids, but also enhanced fruit break
[förstärkt frukt] which is code for fika
, maybe cocoa and sandwich instead of the fruit. ;-)