If you enjoy ecologic food, coffee and tea, listening to good music and doing all this in a cozy and special environment, you'll love Café Mineur. A nice place to save you from your usual Manic Mondays!
Strolling around Gamla Stan, the oldest parts of Stockholm will make you thirsty for coffee. You will see lots of fantastic scapes but you will also get tired of all the other tourists who are walking very slow, photographing everything and being really loud. This is when Café Mineur comes as your savior. The prices are affordable and the salads are very good.
Café Mineur is my Monday rescuer. You know Mondays! Always very slow and you’re tired from the weekends activities. After work, I sneak down into the dungeons of Mineur and order a cup of Japanese green tea. Then I sit myself down in a sofa, or in an armchair next to some antique lamp. There are lots of seats unless it’s very busy (weekends). Mineur is very atmospheric and the staff is very kind and service minded. They also have a great taste in music. They especially like the Shins: Oh, inverted world. And that suits me fine!
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