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The Ultimate Michelin Guide to Malmö’s Restaurants 2018

In and around Malmö there is a rich and varied range of restaurants. The Michelin Guide tries and marks the ones that stand out with extra good food and finesse. Here we have collected the restaurants included in the latest edition of the Guide Michelin, sorted by category with the best category at the top.

Two Star – Excellent cuisine, worth a detour


“An intimate restaurant with charming, professional service, set in a pretty 19C townhouse. The talented Mats Vollmer showcases some of the area’s finest seasonal ingredients in set 4, 6 or 8 course menus of intricate and elaborate modern dishes, which are innovative, perfectly balanced and full of flavour.”

– MICHELIN guide inspectors

Meal prices : Menu 950/1350 SEK

One Star – High quality cooking, worth a stop


“Flickering candles and crackling fires provide a warm welcome at this charming 19C farmhouse. The two young chefs pick many of the ingredients and explain their surprise menu personally. Dishes belie their apparent simplicity – inspired combinations of tastes, textures and temperatures all play their part.”

– MICHELIN guide inspectors

Meal prices : Menu 595/850 SEK

Bloom in the park

“A delightful lakeside lodge with a waterside terrace for drinks, run by an ebullient owner. There is no written menu or wine list; instead, the kitchen prepares a balanced set meal of modern dishes with international influences, which are accompanied by thoughtfully paired wines.”

– MICHELIN guide inspectors

Meal prices : Menu 695 SEK


“In 2016, accomplished chef Karim Khouani brought his exciting blend of French and Scandic cooking from the country into the centre of the city, reinvigorating this culinary institution. Top quality ingredients are used to create inventive, well-balanced and sublimely flavoured dishes.”

– MICHELIN guide inspectors

Meal prices : Menu 950/1195 SEK

Bib Gourmand – Good quality, good value cooking


“Popular with the locals, this is a bustling venue with an edgy, urban vibe. Style-wise, schoolroom meets old-fashioned butcher’s, with vintage wood furniture, tiled walls, moody lighting and an open kitchen. Small plates offer nose-to-tail eating with bold, earthy flavours; start with a ‘Bastard Plank’ to share.”

– MICHELIN guide inspectors

Meal prices : Carte 285/365 SEK


“Colourful, zingy food from a past Swedish MasterChef winner blends authentic Korean flavours with a modern Scandinavian touch. Dishes are satisfying – particularly the fortifying ramen – and desserts are more than an afterthought. Cookbooks line the shelves and friendly service adds to the lively atmosphere.”

– MICHELIN guide inspectors

Meal prices : Menu 395/595 SEK – Carte 355/550 SEK

Good cooking


“This retro brasserie’s bar opens at 3pm for drinks and nibbles, while the kitchen opens at 6pm. Make sure you try one of the cocktails. Well-presented unfussy cooking has a modern edge and showcases the region’s ingredients.”

– MICHELIN guide inspectors

Meal prices : Carte 250/400 SEK


“An elegant, intimate bistro with an open-plan kitchen at its centre. Innovative modern cooking uses top quality ingredients and dishes are well-presented, well-balanced and full of flavour. Service is friendly and professional.”

– MICHELIN guide inspectors

Meal prices : Menu 225/495 SEK


“Set in softly lit, vaulted cellars, this elegant, formal restaurant is a city institution. Classic cooking proves a match for its surroundings, with local, seasonal ingredients proudly used to create traditional Swedish dishes.”

– MICHELIN guide inspectors

Meal prices : Menu 525 SEK (dinner) – Carte 485/905 SEK


“A formal yet relaxed eatery on the main road; dine at the bar, in the restaurant or on the pavement terrace. The menu consists of small plates, of which three or four should suffice. Fresh Skåne cooking is delivered with a light touch.”

– MICHELIN guide inspectors

Meal prices : Menu 125/330 SEK – Carte 335/490 SEK


“This lively wine-bar-cum-restaurant in trendy Davidshall is named after its owners, Besnick And Robert. The interesting menu tends towards the experimental; expect dishes like Jerusalem artichoke ice cream with hazelnut mayo.”

– MICHELIN guide inspectors

Meal prices : Menu 400 SEK – Carte 335/445 SEK


“A lively gastropub in a residential area not far from the Øresund Bridge. Its bright, cosy bar sits between two dining rooms and its menu features pub dishes like burgers, fish and chips and charcuterie platters. Cooking is rustic and tasty.”

– MICHELIN guide inspectors

Meal prices : Menu 395 SEK – Carte 240/635 SEK

Bord 13

“Sister to B.A.R. restaurant, is the bright, spacious and stylish ‘Table 13’, which offers a set 3 or 6 course menu and a diverse selection of biodynamic wines. Original Nordic cooking has some interesting texture and flavour combinations.”

– MICHELIN guide inspectors

Meal prices : Menu 375/675 SEK

Far i Hatten

“This unique restaurant is set in a wooden chalet in the lovely Folkets Park. It has a cosy, informal feel, and colourful lights and regular live music in the summer. 4 or 6 course menus list well-presented classics with a creative edge.” 

– MICHELIN guide inspectors

Meal prices : Menu 350 SEK – Carte 235/375 SEK

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