In the old 19:th century stable at Landsberga farm you’ll find a lot of Fjärhundraland’s food culture in one place. The farm’s own fresh eggs are famous in the area and the owners, brothers Per and Joakim, work hard to be present a quality assortment of genuine, locally produced food from the area. The café serve sandwiches (with eggs of course), light lunches and home made cookies and pastries. The Swedish Fika of Landsberga is as fine outdoors – with a view of the picturesque landscape of fields, tiny roads and the medieval Biskopskulla church – as indoors in the cosy shop.
The Landberga estate has been owned by the crown since almost thousand years, and still is. Today it is run by the Sandqvist family, who are happy to tell you more about the farm and it’s story.
The Landsberga farm shop is open daily (11 am to 6 pm weekdays, 11 am to 4 pm weekends). When the shop and café is closed you can still buy the farm’s famous eggs from early to late.