Hamnen Kök & Bar
Everyone needs a place to escape to. That place that isn’t work, it isn’t home, but it is your third place. The place you go when you need to let loose, see friends, or just unwind after a long day. Hamnen Kök & Bar is just the type of place for all this and more. […]
Fiskehoddorna, the red cabins and fishing boats close to the Malmö castle now has its first restaurant, Blå Hoddan. Possibly one of Malmö’s coziest new lunch spot, Blå Hoddan is now serving lunch at one table out front and nine additional tables behind the fishing cabins where Malmöites have been getting quality fish for years. […]
There is a good reason American style sports bars are growing in popularity and popping up all over the world. They are a fun place to hang out, get some tasty food, and relax with friends while watching a game. O’Learys is authentic in every way right down to the couple that started the idea. […]
It seems like since the beginning of time bowling has been a favorite pastime for people worldwide. From the ancient Egyptians to now, the sport has made for a great date night, birthday party, or even beyond a hobby and into competitive leagues. Here at Big Bowl, they do it all and so much more. […]
Phil’s Burger (Kungsholmen)
A juice delicious burger and nice creamy milkshake?Sounds like Phil’s Burger to me
Kito Sushi in Limhamn came highly recommended to us so we made the quick trip down to Limhamn and was not disappointed. Humble and happy to explain the flavor combinations, the owner’s family has been in the sushi business for years in Helsingborg.
Given Malmo’s access to the water, seafood restaurants within the city limits have certain expectations to live up to. Modern diners also have expectations of Sushi establishments given the proliferation of this kind of restaurant throughout the world. Sushi Queen is by no means the top end or “finest quality in terms of sushi restaurants, but if you’re looking for a mixture of quality and value for your next bite of maguro, then Sushi Queen should definitely be on your list.
Shamiat Restaurang gives a warm welcome along with warm bread when you sit down to their traditional Syrian cuisine. With a surprising amount of vegan options, Syrian food is light and filling with rich flavors and lots of spice without being to hot.
For many, eating a poké, that Hawaiian style sashimi with various toppings, have become the new must, because bowls have it all. One of my favourite places for a fast bowl is Poké Poké in Djäknegatan.
Vegegården has a pretty unique concept; those that have traveled to Asia might even call it a paradox or an oxymoron. Vegegården is a vegan-Chinese barbeque buffet restaurant. Yes, you heard that right; someone has turned Chinese recipes into vegan recipes. When I first heard about it I honestly laughed out loud. Most Chinese dishes balance vegetables and animal products, some might even say that is an essential characteristic of the cuisine.
Are you looking for a place to practice your Spanish? Besides checking out a Spanish language meet up, I’d highly recommend coming to have a meal at Vibliotek. To the best of my knowledge, this is one of the only restaurants in the city where you can walk in and be immersed in the Spanish language.
Condeco is a locally owned coffee shop serving up baked treats, desserts, salads, bread, smoothies as well as a variety of interesting dishes in addition to your standard lattes and other espresso drinks. They have got a lot of winners here in terms of food. My husband was dying over his chicken pesto pizza and I was rendered momentarily speechless by lovely moment I had with a cream puffed pastry.
Real authentic Greek food is a glorious thing. There is just something truly magical about creamy, tangy Tzatziki sauce over meat, salad, and pita bread. We visited Opa during the week when they were running their happy hour special where you can get 30% off alcoholic drinks. We enjoyed our wonderful crisps beer with a basket of French fries, lamb, tzatziki sauce and Greek salad.
Graffiti Café (Södra Förstadsgatan)
Recently under new ownership, the Graffiti Café Malmo opened up for the second time on July 5, 2018. They have an inside sitting area as well as an outside terrace area. The café at the time of writing is currently running special on their lattes where you can get one for about 15kr. They offer everything you would come to expect from a coffee shop from cappuccinos to café Olay as well as a variety of flavored syrups you can add if that is something you would like to do to your coffee.
Krua Thai Express
Krua Thai Express is the product of an international marriage between a Thai wife and Muslim husband with a passion for Southeast Asian cuisine, who have settled down to enjoy Swedish life in Malmo. It is probably one of the only places in Europe where you can find Halal Thai food.
A favorite place to relax, study, enjoy premium coffee and French baked goods; Le Croissant in Malmo is a well-known spot for locals to frequent. It has really nice and chilled atmosphere with comfortable sitting, great food and is purportedly really child-friendly if you want to bring your little ones here.
Traveling to and from many different countries, you will soon come to realize that like people when food emigrates to a new country, it also changes a little bit to suit the taste of the local people. If I am going, to be honest, there are some food that changes a lot when they go from one country to another. Pizza is one of those foods that hardly stays the same from place to place. If you happen to be a fan of good, solid, Swedish style pizza, Pompei Pizzeria just might be the place for you. Swedish pizza is uniquely thin, crisps and well balanced compared to its lavish cousins with light cheese and freshly made tomato sauce resting nicely under your toppings.
Standing apart from the rest of the crowd, Samurai Sushi is a much more imaginative take on the Japanese restaurant than its fellow competitors in the city of Malmo. While sushi itself is quite delicious and very affordable, what they do to stand out is to make sure that every large plate of sushi; meaning plates with more than 30 pieces are arranged into a visually appealing shape or style.
Maguro is the Japanese word for the fish we know as tuna. Tuna is by far the most commonly eaten variety of fish in sushi. In Japan, Maguro comes in three kinds of categories, the first being lean tuna, the second being semi-fatty tuna and the last being simply fatty tuna. While in the west most people disdain from eating very fatty pieces of meat be it fish or otherwise, in Japan fatty meat is amongst the most desired and most expensive.
Haru Sumo Sushi
Sumo wrestlers in Japan are well known for the massive amounts of calories they consume per day. However, Sushi restaurants internationally are not well known for their patrons leaving the restaurant very full without paying a serious premium for the pleasure of doing so on Japanese cuisine.