Blending green parks and sandy beaches with a rich culture, history and modern art, Malmö lets you go your own way — literally. Starting in the bustling commercial centre, it’s just a short walk to picturesque Old Town and Malmöhus Castle. From there, you can easily continue to the modern Western Harbour for a perfect snapshot of the Öresund Bridge and Turning Torso. And since Malmö loves food, drinks and good company, you’re never far from fine dining or a proper Swedish Fika.
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4 based on 280 reviews
Really nice dinner-place with a White Guide recommendation (2016). Located in the middle of Malmö, just two minutes walk from hotel Scandic Triangeln.
Surpringsly cheap, only 350:- SEK for a three course meal! (Add 50:- if you prefer meat main course)
Had deer for starter, ribeye for main and crème brulé for desert. All which was wellprepared and tasted excellent. The service was quick and professional. Just enough friendly to make you feel at ease and still not to pushy. We had the waitor choose wine for us at which he did a great job. The other guests seemed to be satisfied too.
Great atmosphere, great food and great service. Can really recommend you give it a try!
Plus for the humane pricing and professional service.. really nothing on the minus..
4.5 based on 760 reviews
We also have a Defribrillator
Visited on a day trip from Copenhagen, specifically for meatballs!
Work up an appetite first though - take a walk around this relatively small city, through its narrow old streets and around the large park - then head to Bullen.
The restaurant looks like a old central London pub - dark, dim lights, ornate artwork but warm and friendly.
Quickly seated and given to menu’s - which we didn’t really need!
We choose the Veal Meatballs - served in a whisky cream sauce, with a side of Loganberry sauce, mash and pickle.
The meatballs are extremely lean, and about the size of a tennis ball each - 5 each. Trust me, this is plenty!!!!
They are simple fantastic.
The service is great, very friendly, welcoming and not at all rushing.
Well worth a visit.
4.5 based on 480 reviews
Nice atmosphere in a old building basement. Food was quite average but service is definitely not in line with restaurant image. The place pretends to be a bit elegant and sophisticated, but the service doesn´t match. The waitress who served at our table was too quick, not describing any of the courses and not attentive at all.
The wines way too expensive, even if in line with the Swedish prices.
4.5 based on 289 reviews
4.5 based on 169 reviews
Good food in great atmosphere. You pay a little bit more than average in Malmö but it's worth the price since it's made with quality and so much local product's as possible. Cosy environment and great staff.
4.5 based on 930 reviews
The long bar, the open kitchen and the incomparable atmosphere greeting guests all comprise at the renowned Bastard on Master Johansgatan 11 in Malmö. Mentioned in the prestigious White Guide and several other awards, this is testament to the quality of both food and service at popular Bastard. The modern European home cooking is the starting point of the cuisine. The preference for local produce from small producers preferably varies Bastard menu daily based on supply and demand. Dishes such as walleye with rösti, tartine with pig side and ragout of hare exemplify Bastard?s varied menu.
4.5 based on 287 reviews
Nice restaurant near Lilla Torg. Very cosy and relaxing setting for dinner.
Very impressive food and every dish is a pleasant surprise. Amuse bouche plates are very exquisite and ingredients are fresh. Breads are also fantastic; warm, soft and addictive!
Staffs are very attentive. They observed from afar and tend to you when needed.
4.5 based on 139 reviews
Laziza offers a buffet of delicious warm and cold dishes at a very reasonable price. Special price for kids 12 years old and below. Food is of good quality and nicely prepared. The chefs make sure to replenish continuously so that you can enjoy the food at its best. Afterwards you enjoy a nice buffet of desserts - coffee or tea included.
5 based on 127 reviews
This is a little out of Malmo - 5 mins in a taxi, but I can only imagine this is why it is not further up the trip adviser reviews as it absolutely deserves to be. The restaurant is pretty with lots of small candles all over. The service is very friendly, helpful and good. The food without exception is VERY good - VERY!
The starters - Goat cheese/shrimp/salmon all delicious and very large portions. The sole and the duck are to die for. We are always too stuffed for desert. Great wine choice too. Love this place - highly recommend.
4.5 based on 319 reviews
The greeting was quite interesting as we were not allowed inside, yet served with a glass of Champs outside on the deck. As the weather was good this was a very nice start to the evening by the water.
Seated inside it was very quiet, meaning no music or background sounds at all, only people next to us talking. That for me felt a bit weird, because we all tended to whisper, and it’s a restaurant, not a library.
First course coming out, still interesting and we all tried to figure out the flavours and what was on the plate. Second course it got kind of odd as they did not tell us what was on the plate, and that’s the thing with this restaurant… sometimes they did tell you, but most of the time they didn’t. It got kind of irritating, because we guessed a lot, and we wanted to know, but the servants sometimes told us and most of the times did not, they rather asked us: Or is it? I don’t know, or I won’t tell you, what do you think it was?, and I personally found that to be ridiculous.
This went on for the whole evening, and all of a sudden they asked us if we wanted to go to the Embassy (the owners bar at a very cool place) and they had a driver ready to take us. We did not even get a chance to try the amuse dessert because it was in a hurry, so that left us with a bye bye to the sweets. Will not foresight the Embassy, for you others to experience though.
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