Café Pascal

Going for breakfast to Pascal Skånegatan on Saturday morning has become some sort of tradition. We used to live in the same street as Pascal Odenplan, the first of the two cafés owned by three siblings, so when they opened this bakery we were nothing but curious to try it out.

Out of the beaten path for us, we do not mind taking the subway, changing train to the green line and walking from Skanstull to get there. The almond pain au chocolat is definitely worth it, probably the most delicious pastry I have ever eaten. We always order the same, and we always make sure we bring a baguette with us back home. One of my favorite cafés in this city: a spot that can't be missed.
Skånegatan 76, Stockholm


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