The only drawback with this is its opening hours but that's because it serves fresh fish (no Mondays). Why it wasn't open for lunch, I don't know and that is why we couldn't visit. It is however open in the evenings and seems to have a great menu deal, including a lot of local fish (but there is hot dogs for picky children). Sitting on the veranda, you have a great look out to sea as you can see in this picture (enlarge). In fact, you see straight out to famous Vinga lighthouse. If you click on the second picture you will see its setting out on a cliff.
On your way to the quay at Klova, you pass a typical red wooden house where people sit in the garden summertime. Inside, there is a big whitewashed oven where the local speciality, hönökaka, is baked. The soft, round flatbreads were originally baked so that fishermen had something to sustain them during long trips and they are quite big. You can buy imitations in any Swedish supermarket but nothing is like these homemade ones. There is also Lejonet & Björnen ice cream, one of the yummiest ice cream brands in the country, and several nice cakes as well as espresso and various other coffee. On top of that, this cafe has art exhibitions upstairs.
Favorite Dish: All sorts of things.