The Chinese Pavilion – Pavilion Café Open today 12.00-16.00

The Pavilion Café

In Drottningholm Palace Park, close to the Chinese Pavilion, you will find the Pavilion Café.

Relax after a walk in the park, or a tour of the Chinese Pavilion, with a Swedish "fika" or crispy Swedish waffles. The waffles are served hot with jam and cream. The café also serves lunch sandwiches and unsweetened food waffles.

For more information, please contact us on +46-8-759 03 96 during the opening hours of the café.

Photos: Raphael Stecksén/Royalpalaces.se

The café have a large outdoor seating area and are located near spacious park where there is plenty of room for picnic blankets. The full menus will also be available to take away.

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