What a great find! We stopped in for an early afternoon weekday lunch. They offer limited parking right next to the cafe. Decent amount of seating. You order and pay at the front register, the...
Scandinavian Cafe at Scandinavian Specialties
6719 15th Ave NW
Seattle WA 98117
Seattle WA 98117
About this place
- Mon: 10am-5:30pm
- Tue: 10am-5:30pm
- Wed: 10am-5:30pm
- Thu: 10am-5:30pm
- Fri: 10am-5:30pm
- Sat: 10am-5:30pm
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A really cool little shop with Scandinavian knock knacks. They also server food, to my surprise. I will definitely be returning to further check out their cured meats and fish selection.
This is one of the few really authentic Scandinavian markets I've been to and it's really awesome! The café has delicious Norwegian food. The lefse tasted really fresh as well as the smoked salmon...
This is a great store - and café! We went on the 17th of May, Norwegian Independence Day, which meant a full/packed house. BUT, it was friendly, with the staff helping folks as quickly as they...
I am not Swedish, at all... but I do appreciate of many cultures, and walking into this place, I immediately felt welcomed, and I was. The worker there immediately finds me, and we start a...
Scandinavian Specialties was founded in 1962 as the Norwegian Sausage Company by Mr. Sagland with the goal of bringing its customers the finest quality Scandinavian Foods. Mr. Sagland was a trained butcher from Norway. They operated out of a very small space in Seattle’s Ballard area. Equipment was brought over from Norway to make all the sausages, etc. Mr. Sagland retired in 1980 and the store was purchased by Ruby and Herb Anderson who continued to make the highest quality Scandinavian foods available to the Scandinavian community in Seattle. The Andersons expanded the the product line and added the mail order business which opened up the company's line of Scandinavian Foods and Imports to the entire USA.