Café Söderberg

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This delightful café, situated at the base of St Jacobs Church on Kungsträdgården, was named after author Hjalmar Söderberg, whose novel Doktor Glas was set in the area. The café is a sweet, old-fashioned glasshouse, complete with stained glass and trees sprouting through the floor up to the ceiling. In the summer, you can sit outside and watch the world go by. For a more contemporary take on the glasshouse vernacular, head directly across Kungsträdgården to Piccolino.

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Café Söderberg details

Kungsträdgården 2:41

Area Stockholm

Transport T-bana Kunstragarden/bus 2, 47, 55, 62, 76 .

Telephone 21 74 75

Café Söderberg website

Open May-Sept 8am-11pm daily. Oct-Apr 10am-7pm daily.

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By John Bon - Aug 25 2010

this was the first time i had to use my creditcard to gain access to the toilet. i was having a cup of coffee but could not use the facilities because i was not carrying any cash... in the Netherlands customers are somewhat more welcome...

By Karalambos - Aug 16 2010

This Cafe Söderberg was real sweet place with live trees inside and good coffe. and the beer wanst bad either..