In Sweden, fika is both a noun and a verb. In the afternoon, you fika, or take a break for coffee and cake. But fika also refers to the goodies you eat and drink, or to the break itself. It's kind of like brunch in English, only the edible components are arguably even better, depending who you ask. Toronto may be a brunch-crazed town, but we've accepted FIKA Cafe with open arms. One of the favourite offerings? Their iced coffee, which was named the world's best by Conde Nast Traveler in 2013. (No pressure, right?) Fact is, they may have been on to something. The signature drink is a luscious blend of espresso and milk, spiked with cardamom bitters and a little simple syrup, plus a garnish of fresh mint taken from the cafe's garden. So...care to fika?