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Eat and Drink

Malmö is known for having a great number of restaurants and pubs. The style is very international. Here, you have the opportunity to try out virtually everything at reasonable prices, thanks to the tough competition.

It's very easy to find a good restaurant because Malmö is a culinary stronghold!

Traditional Swedish dishes, foreign specialties to gourmet dinners, cheap or expensive, there's a wide variety of food in Malmö. Have a seat outdoors or indoors and enjoy a good meal!


The Swedish kitchen is today world famous. Some of the best chefs in Europe are Swedish. In Malmö you find gourmet restaurants as well as taverns in all price ranges.

You will find Japanese, Greek, Italian, American, French, Spanish, Chinese and food from many other countries.

We also have Burger Kings and Mc Donald's all over the city.

Taste of the world

You don't have to leave Malmö to travel around the world. Whatever your taste is, you will most likely find it in Malmö.

Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Italian, French, Mongolian, American, Indian, Greek or Mexican, it's all within reach!

Malmö is a multicultural city, which has resulted in a wide variety of culinary experiences and choices. Try the city center, especially Lilla Torg and Södergatan, down to Gustav Adolf Torg and Möllevången for exotic menus!


Swedish people are coffee-lovers and are known to drink most coffee in the world per person so it's no surprise that you'll find the cafés and coffee-shops full with people. The character of the coffee is rich, full-bodied and found in many different variations. People from abroad might find the coffee strong, but a little milk (or extra water to the coffee) can make it milder.

You'll find many cozy cafés and coffee-shops along Malmö's streets where you can drop in and enjoy a tasty Cappucino and a delicious, big sandwich.


The are more pubs per person in Malmö than in any other city in Sweden. You'll find classic pubs as well as trendy ones.

The most popular pubs are found around Lilla Torg in the centre of the city.

You'll find another popular area with a more relaxed atmosphere around Möllevångstorget 10 min. from the city centre.

Many pubs also have great food and you can order from the menu until 22.00 (10pm)

Pubs close at 01.00 or 03.00

Local specialities

Although Malmö offers a lot in terms of international food or gourmet dinners, we mustn't forget the local cuisine. The chef will be happy to recommend a typical "Skåne dish" that won't disappoint you.

The local cuisine is basic and simple, yet exquisite and it's definitely worth trying! A few of the best restaurants offering local specialities are Times, Två Krögare, Översten (located on the 26th floor of Kronprinsen), Nya Parkmöllan Restaurang and Escape Bar & Restaurang.

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