Harrogate Swedish-inspired cafe to expand into Knaresborough


Last updated Nov 26, 2021
Vicky Somerville and Luke Morland of Fi:k outside their café in Harrogate.

Fi-K is set to open a Swedish cafe concept on Knaresborough Market Place.

Fi:K opened its first cafe in August at Montpellier Gardens in Harrogate. It sells Swedish-inspired open sandwiches, salads, artisan pastries and smoothie bowls.

It’s named after the Swedish term for cafe “Fi:K” and the Swedish ideal of “fika” which considers making time for family, friends and colleagues every day as essential.

Fi-K posted on its Facebook page that it will open next door to its sister business Reuben & Grey on 33 Market Place in Knaresborough, with an expected opening date to be announced in the next few weeks.

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It says it will offer an “exciting, unique concept” of selling coffee during the day and wine in the evening.

“Following the success of our Harrogate FI:K, we’ve decided to embark upon a new venture to the beautiful town of Knaresborough, only a stones throw away from the famous castle grounds.

“This comes with an exciting, unique concept; coffee by day and wine by night with our sister business Reuben & Grey located next door.

“Keep your eyes peeled over the next few weeks for our opening announcement.”

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