Good “fika” (coffe and bread) is good, and good “fika” is also plenty in the High Coast during the summer months. Treat yourself to a detour to classic pastry shops or full-open small pearls.
Unnviksvägen 6, Söråker (TIMRÅ)
Sit down on the veranda right next to Tynderösundet and enjoy coffee or a snack and watch the boats slide past at almost an arm’s length. Färjas Brygga is a small restaurant but with great passion for fresh ingredients in season.
Sundbrogatan 29, Ullånger
She has swept home a whole series of SM (swedish champion) gold with her food craft, recommended by the taste buds’ Bible White Guide and heels bark bread to Italy. You will also love Skogs-Hilda.
Carlsvikspiren, Alnön, Sundsvall
The White Guide-rewarded café serves lighter lunches and sells soft ice cream, but it is for the sweet that the guests pilgrimage to Carlsvik Pier. Well done, well made and very good!
Kyrkogatan 18, Sundsvall
A real institution in Sundsvall with over 120 in the neck, and still one of the city’s most popular bars. Small but very homely local and hearty coffee.
Rederigatan 40, Sundsvall
Charm has five branches in Sundsvall, but in the summertime a blow to the water is always tempting, and then Charm lies fine in the Inner harbor, right next to Sundsvall’s guest harbor. A glass or a lunch at the outdoor cafe maybe?
Storgatan 10, Härnösand
Clear meeting place in Härnösand since 1940. Everything from sandwiches and lighter lunch dishes to classic pastry creations. The interior is straight opposite to white and stripped.
Märta och chokladbiten
Sjögatan 1 N, Örnsköldsvik
Really nice, handmade pastries made from organic products. Shop and cafe are only open 2-3 days a week so stay tuned!
Wirströms Konditori & Café
Nybrogatan 1, Härnösand
Sandwiches, lunch and classic cakes along the parade street. In addition, often odd elements such as neon-colored macarons, baklava and spicy pastries.
Ulvöbyns Café & Bistro
Ulvö hamngata, Ulvöhamn
When you go to a coffee shop and suddenly feel that you are in someone’s home, it is almost always good. And so it is here. Personal, crowded, fun – and very good. Open from mid-June.
Agriculture that has become a pottery workshop, conference room, café, and pleasant meeting place. Warm and welcoming atmosphere in the café as summer time is open every day.
Västra Edebovägen 28, Viskan
Summer cafe open Friday-Sunday all summer. Food and bread made with love, and here is also a farm shop and flea market.
Fun and very personal cafe in older wooden building in central Sollefteå. Homemade bread, odd cups and friendly staff. If you think that all cafes are the same nowadays, get in here and enjoy!
Torrom 701, Noraström
Beekeeping with nice summer open café with exciting home-made creations where much is based on just honey. Beautiful garden with many perennials. Usually the weekend open July and half August.
Stenstans café & bageri
Trädgårdsgatan 22, Sundsvall.
Classic pastry shop with a lot to choose from. The moderate sandwiches are as they should, but the sweets – in the form of cakes, pastries, cakes and much more – you do not talk about. Try!
Easier food and coffee can be found in the fishing village of Bönhamn guest harbor, a stone’s throw from the High Coast route. Bönhamn is one of the High Coast’s real gems. Summer opening from June 6 onwards.
Tant Anci & Fröken Sara
Bankgatan 10, Sundsvall
Homely place with locally produced, organic and useful food and a rich selection of home baked goods. Personalized furnishings and good service are plus too. Noticed in the White Guide.
Lilla Bandsjön 303
Four kilometers west of Timrå lies this little gem that is powered by energetic owners. Restaurant and cafe with homemade and home-made. In addition, the home furnishing shop and animal pension (!). Cozy!
Betaniabacken 1, Lunde
Culture-marked classic at Sandöbron’s southern stronghold where the interior from the 1950s remained untouched. A wonderful time trip that is accompanied by both food and classic pastry offerings. Open all days in the summer.
Nygatan 35, Örnsköldsvik
Cafe with nice old-fashioned decor and good, affordable coffee. Here, as the name suggests, there is bread in all forms, from breakfast rolls and moderate sandwiches to cakes and pastries.
DET GODA BRUKET,
Centrumgatan 6, Matfors
Homemade. In the summer there are glass menus that are as good as good-looking. In addition, some furnishings for sale, in the same industrial style as the rest of the room.
Berg & Hjort glass bar offers one hundred percent homemade ice cream with first-class raw materials. The milk comes from cows that eat grass in Sundsvall, the pineapple is fresh, the coconut is grated from real coconut. All sorbet is completely milk-free – vegan safe. Newly renovated for the 2019 season!