Nordic Coffee Collective

Published On October 28, 2013 | By We Love Brighton | New Places

16 York Place
Brighton
BN1 4GU

Nordic Coffee Collective brings a touch of Scandinavian culture to Brighton.

The Nordic Coffee Collective, is attempting to bring something a little different to the ever growing cafe culture in the City.

Close to Brighton’s North Laine and overlooking the historic St. Peter’s Church, the cafe transports you to a uniquely Scandinavian environment with its carefully designed decor and styling.

Cafe owner Edda Halldorsdottir said –

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 “Coffee is a big part of everyday life in Scandinavian countries so we aim to serve the best possible coffee while offering a wide range of Nordic baking steeped in tradition and hope to prove there is more to Northern Europe than Ikea and Bjork!”

Edda also hopes that –

“The current popularity of television shows such as Wallander and The Killing and the Nordic noir of writers such as Jo Nesbo will inspire people to sate their curiosity of all things Scandinavian and discover some new tastes and customs from the region.”

The cafe’s top selling delicacies include Gravlax (cured salmon with a dill and mustard sauce), Kleina (an Icelandic twisted doughnut) and Kanelbullar (cinnamon buns), while also offering branded confectionery from Denmark and Sweden. In addition to food, the cafe prides itself on serving high quality coffee with beans provided by top London roastery, Ozone and a vast selection of flavoured teas from Teapigs.

Nordic Coffee Collective is open seven days a week; check the website for full details and follow on Facebook and Twitter for special offers and promotions.

www.nordiccoffeecollective.co.uk
www.facebook.com/nordiccoffeecellective

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