GET TO KNOW US
Café Fika is a small, intimate cafe based in Forres on Tolbooth Street, serving vegetarian/vegan cakes, wholesome light lunches and great tasting coffee.
Run by a mighty mother and son team of two, Naomi and Brogan. Naomi owns the business, specialising in baking and all other food, whilst Brogan is the barista in charge of anything drink related, especially coffee.
LET'S TALK COFFEE
The coffee we serve...
The perfect pairing...
For non-coffee drinkers...
We grind, brew and serve coffee from a specialty coffee roastery in London - Square Mile Coffee Roasters. In the cafe, we offer fully caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee drinks, specifically roasted for brewing espresso. Alternative milks are also available – we predominantly use high quality barista oat and coconut.
Any sweet treat that’s on offer, but nothing beats the classic combination of a cinnamon bun (available on Fridays) and a cup of coffee, especially when it is for breakfast.
Our teas are very popular for non-coffee drinkers and we have a wide selection of specialty looseleaf teas, supplied by Shibui Tea, which is based in Edinburgh.
VISIT SANQUHAR POND, FORRES
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Sanquhar Pond and the surrounding woodlands are about 10-15 minutes walk from the cafe. It is a lovely, short loop that takes you alongside a pond that is filled with a variety of wildlife (fish, ducks, swans and herons). A local community group has spent a lot of time improving the paths and signage around the pond, making it popular and accessible for many people. We offer a compostable cup and lid with every cup of tea or coffee. You can also bring your own cup along to the cafe as well.
The loop around Sanquhar Pond is both pram and wheelchair friendly because the tracks have been widened and compacted, although negotiation of some obstacles may be required due to the nature of being close to the woodlands e.g. fallen branches and the bridge at the northern part of the pond would require good control of anything with wheels due to the ramps leading on and off the bridge.
REMEMBER TO LEAVE. NO. TRACE
Where possible, drop your take away cups back to the coffee shop
Make the use of your KEEP CUPS to reduce take away packaging
Use public bins and where possible the correct, public recycling bins
If there are no bins, take your cups home and recycle accordingly