Fika Cafe is a halal restaurant serving Swedish fares in the Beach Road/ Arab Street area.
I love the restaurant’s Scandinavian decor, resembling a cosy log cabin.
The food is good, but a tad pricey. I had their Swedish meatballs for my main. As the restaurant is halal, the meatballs were made of chicken instead of pork which made it less authentic. Nonetheless, the accompanying gravy and jam was flavorful.
My dining companions had the beef patties and Swedish hash. I tried a bit of both, and they were quite palatable.
We ordered a smoked salmon salad to share among us and a drink each. The drinks were non-alcoholic and costs between $5.90 to $6.90 each. At this price, we were rather shocked they came in cans and bottled form. We might as well buy them from the supermarket.
Overall, I like the restaurant’s ambient and the food is pretty decent. What turns me off is that the restaurant appears a little overpriced compared to similar tier restaurants.
Address: 257 Beach Road Singapore
Tel: +65 6396 9096
Opening Hours: Mon–Fri: 11am – 11pm Sat–Sun: 12pm – 11pm
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