Swedish coffee house tucked away on The Ginnel in Harrogate off Parliament Street.
Called Fi:k (pronounced feek), the new cafe is located in a 19th century Grade II listed building at 1 Montpellier Gardens in Harrogate's fashionable Montpellier Quarter.
Formerly a retail shop, the historic building has been transformed into a Scandinavian style coffee house complete with log burning stoves and original features.
Serving a range of pastries including the infamous Kanelbullar (cinnamon bun), paired with a bespoke blend of speciality coffee you won’t find anywhere else.
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