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Swede end to Friday at Fika

The Swedish Panbiff is a good incentive to finish work early on Fridays.
Asia One - February 7, 2013
By: Tan Hsueh Yun
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Swede end to Friday at Fika

Most weeks, Friday dinners are grease bombs.

Prata, satay, maybe fried noodles, all wolfed down in a brain-dead haze because we finish work late and are desperately hungry.

When we manage to get out of the office by 9pm recently, we hightail it to Fika, a halal restaurant in Millenia Walk that serves Swedish food. I like the original restaurant in Beach Road but parking is impossible. There are plenty of lots at Millenia Walk and the food is just as good.

We dine quite healthily on Salmon Salad ($16.50), with tight rolls of good quality smoked fish and a colourful pile of lettuce, cherry tomatoes and strips of carrot and purple cabbage.

My main course of Swedish Panbiff ($18.90, above), beef and onion patties with a brown gravy, is good in a home-cooking sort of way.

There is tart lingonberry jam on the side to balance out the richness; excellent mashed potatoes, slightly lumpy the way I like it; and more salad. It is good incentive to finish work early on Fridays.

Where: Fika Swedish Cafe And Bistro, Millenia Walk, 01-20

MRT: Promenade

Open: 11am - 10pm (Sun - Wed), 11am - 11pm (Thu - Sat)

Tel: 6336-7234

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