About Delight me

Hi and thanks for stopping by!

Delight me is a destination that allows you to discover a new way of experiencing Swedish fika*, where lightness is the main ingredient and “instagram-ability” is the new standard.


We are not supporters of desserts that you eat to get full or to ‘satisfy your sweet tooth’. We are talking about the desserts that are frosted by butter and powder sugar, covered with fondant with ton of food coloring all looking “cute”. Sadly, this is the cake fashion today. We dare to step out of this crowd of inedible cake decorations that help you develop diabetes.

However – we are neither one of the hipster influencers that promote raw-paleo-keto food that is free of everything that a normal dessert should consist of. Milk, cream, butter, eggs, sometimes even bacon are vital parts of our pastries. We welcome everyone with special diet, but for those who want to solely loose weight we have just one advice: If you want to have a real dessert, do not cut corners. EVERYBODY has a right for a delight from time to time :)

Our approach

Our pastries are inspired by world’s classics, taking the best of French, Slovak, Austrian and Nordic cuisines. We say inspired, because we very seldom offer traditional classic pastries, however there is a high probability we got your favorite pastry covered. In a quite different shape and form :) Our team consists of a data scientist turned pastry chef and an applied physicist who uses his mindset to question everything and then photograph it.

Are you curious to see us in action, experimenting, researching local ingredients and assembling the perfect fika? Check out our instagram stories to see behind the scenes tips and tricks. 

Now, are you ready to discover snacks that Starbucks can’t mass produce and desserts that your favorite sprinkly cup cake store doesn’t offer? All you have to do is to tell us about your event and we will deliver.

We welcome gladly any questions, comments and compliments.

with love,
Andrea and Clement

*Fika is a relaxing coffee and cake break. It is often translated as “a coffee and cake break”, which is kind of correct, but really it is much more than that. Fika is a concept, a state of mind, an attitude and an important part of Swedish culture.
Source: Swedishfood.com

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