|Wallins is located on Ringvägen 109 in Stockholm. The café is open Mon-Sun. PillartoPost.org photos below by Sofie Kinnefors|
GUEST BLOG / By Sofie Kinnefors, PillartoPost.org Europe Correspondent--The line at “Wallins Bageri & Konditori” on Södermalm (Söder), an island in central Stockholm, Sweden quickly fills with hungry, sweet craving customers as lunchtime strikes.
|And for those with a serious sweet tooth– Wallins is the place to go!|
|Despite its name, Budapestbakelse is not a specialty coming from Hungary’s capital, but Sweden.|
The pastry is then rolled and topped with melted dark chocolate, icing sugar, and dark cocoa powder. It was a Swedish pastry chef named Ingvar Strid who first introduced this scrumptious dessert to Sweden. There is a popular Finnish variation of this dessert, which calls for bananas and raspberries instead of mandarin oranges.
Locals Lennart and Torborg Persson have been visiting Wallins bageri & konditori for years. Today, they’re enjoying a sandwich and coffee outside while the weather is good.
|Wallins also offers a weekend breakfast consisting of an optional small breakfast bun filled with cheese, ham or Liver pâté, a cup of coffee or tea, a glass of orange juice and yogurt for a total of 79 SEK.|