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Food & drink in Malmö

Increasing interest for locally produced food has lead to a boom for small-scale artisan food production.

  • Restaurant Årstiderna in Malmö

Restaurant Årstiderna in Malmö

New tastes and influences from near and far blend with regional traditions from Skåne such as spättekaka (a local, sugar-based dessert cake baked on a spit), ålagille (eel feasts), gåsamiddag (the annual goose dinner on 10 November), äggakaka (a traditional thick pancake with fried bacon on top), and endless types of marinated herring.

Eating out in the metropolis of Malmö is relaxed and self-indulgent. The focus is on well prepared and local-produce based comfort food with a European influence, more than on advanced fine dining.

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Bastard in Malmö

Bistros and Bars in Malmö

Malmö takes Swedish hash, giant potato dumplings and nose-to-tail cooking to new levels. The city is the capital of the Skåne region, Sweden’s golden vale and an area rich in farmland, artisan produce and traditional regional cooking.

Café in Malmö

Cafés in Malmö

It’s all about the coffee in Malmö. Their coffee bars mean business and locals know their beans, brews and blends like it was their lifeline.

Restaurant “bloom in the park” in Malmö

Fine dining in Malmö

Masterclass Malmö goes adventurous with nose-to-tail eating and blind tasting.

Restaurant Salt & Brygga in Malmö

Street food in Malmö

Malmö may be the capital of the Skåne region, famous for its rich dairy, goose, eel and farm fresh foods. But Malmö is also a multicultural melting pot of world culture cuisine where you can just as easily grab a genuine kebab on the go as gourmet escallops of fried goose liver.

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