Fika is the Swedish word for stopping what you’re doing, having a break and enjoying a drink and a homemade treat together with your family, your friends or your colleagues. It’s a hugely important part of Swedish culture and it is a concept that is difficult to fully explain or translate properly… You just have to visit us to experience it!
The Hubbery has been running for Spithurst Hub members and local businesses for the last couple of years and as we have received a lot of positive comments about what we offer, so we felt the time was now right to open for the public. Our menu is Swedish themed and in partnership with some great local Sussex food producers:
Direct trade filter coffee from Lindfield Coffee Works
Locally sourced cold drinks from Folkington’s
Ice creams from Downsview Farm
Produce from Denniker Farm Shop
Award winning organic eggs from Springles Farm
Bread from Newick Bakery
We provide a selection of homemade Swedish cinnamon and cardamom buns, cakes and biscuits and some traditional English favourites. Plus our So Sussex Chocolate Cake of course famous from the Elderflower Fields festival picnic.
Our new autumn lunch menu is now available and includes Sutton Hall venison, juniper and root vegetable stew topped with chanterelles, our vegan mushroom and root vegetable stew, soup of the day and our popular Swedish vegetarian ‘paj’.
Our fika and food can be enjoyed in our spacious garden or it can be taken away. Please continue to respect social distancing guidelines.
We look forward to welcoming you!
Please respect social distancing guidelines