About Fika

Situated just off the increasingly trendy Bethnal Green Road, Fika is a bit of an anomaly - well, Britain isn't exactly teeming with Swedish restaurants - but a very welcome one. The wood clad exterior, is a tongue and cheek welcome to a place that combines fun and good design in a typically Scandinavian manner. Despite offering a chiefly unfamiliar cuisine, Fika's menu is confident and confined to a handful of folksy yet sleekly executed dishes, most of the mains cooked and served in Swedish tradition on a smoked oak plank.

Sample a la carte


- Gravad lax med hovmästarsås (dill cured salmon served with a Swedish mustard sauce) £4.95
- Tre sorters sill (three varieties of Swedish pickled herring) £4.50
- Köttbullar på spett (skewered Swedish meatballs) £3.90

Main Course

- Lax planka (grilled salmon from Billingsgate served on an oak plank
with hollandaise sauce , grilled tomato and pressed potato) £13.50
- Traditional plankstek (from Smithfield market, sirloin steak served with bearnaise sauce, grilled tomato and pressed potato) £13.50
- Kyckling planka (fillet of chicken served on an oak plank with bearnaise sauce, grilled tomato and pressed potato) £12.00
- Kottbullar (Swedish meatballs (beef and pork) served with home pressed potatoes, with red wine sauce) £9.95


- Smulpaj med äpplen och vaniljsås (apple crumble with vanilla sauce) £4.20
- Kladdkaka delux (rich and chocolatey chocolate cake with vanilla ice cream) £3.80
- Dime Kaka (gluten free, almond cake with dime, served with vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce) £4.00

Additional Information


161a Brick Lane, E1 6SB

Nearest tube:

Liverpool Street

Average Price:

£25 - £34

Opening times:

Mon - Thurs 12pm - 11pm
Fri - Sat 12pm - 12am
Sun 12pm - 9:30pm

Dress Code: