FIKA


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FIKAFreethinkers Initiative Kenya
FIKAFunctional Information and Knowledge Acquisition
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New York-based PathSpot is backed by Fika Ventures, Walden Venture Capital, and other leading investors.
The wide-ranging menu at UME Fika & Bar includes everything from Swedish meatballs and hamburgers to shrimp sandwiches, vegan dishes and 'raw fika' - a range of lactose and gluten-free treats - as well as craft beers, organic wines, espresso and healthy smoothies.
Perhaps it won't come as a surprise if the next Fika would feature a fusion of Filipino-inspired food.
Its team shared an image of the board on its Instagram feed with its followers have been quick to praise Fika for its funny message.
The Swedes have a wonderful concept known as Fika, which is a scheduled break in the day, work or home, to allow the consumption of coffee and cakes or buns and have a chat.
Head there for 'fika', the Swedish equivalent of elevenses, which generally means pastries, cake and a jolly nice chat (everything's brought in from the Faviken bakery, so it wouldn't technically be wrong to say you ate Faviken food).
Ann Jangsell said that Swedish community is very much integrated with one another, meeting regularly on monthly basis at morning or afternoon FIKA, a tradition of chatting over a cup of coffee joined by both women and men, whoever is free to walk in during their tea/coffee break.
The hipsters have Kalamaja - a former working class suburb that's been transformed with craft beer bars, fika cafes and art galleries.
These are considered food for 'fika,' the Swedish tradition of taking a break and catching up over coffee without talking about work-pretty much like having a relaxing merienda.
Most notably, the hipsters have Kalamaja - a former working-class suburb that's been transformed with craft beer bars, fika cafes and art galleries.
And each Thursday afternoon, all employees come together for a company meeting called "Fika," which translates as "coffee and cake break" in Swedish.