Comfort Hotel Malmo
Phone: (46) 40 330 440
Fax: (46) 40 330 450
Carlsgatan 10C, Malmo, SE, 21120
- Phone: (46) 40 330 440
- Fax: (46) 40 330 450
This house, built by prominent Malmö resident Jörgen Kock in the 18th Century, is an artifact of a bygone era and a very-well preserved piece of local history and architecture. It now houses a well-regarded restaurant, but there are also several nods to the building's rich heritage.
This restaurant is situated in the historic Rådhus (city hall) and has been an eatery for centuries (though not under the same ownership). The food is heavy and filling, and more meat-and-potatoes kind of fare than friendly for vegetarians or alternative-diet folks. Beer is the usual accompaniment here, but wine can be paired well with some elections as well.
Paddy's is a taste of Ireland in the heart of Malmo right by the bustling Town Square. This Irish restaurant serves up delightful, home-cooked meals to diners who stop by for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A good idea would be to sample the seafood soup, grilled pork with fried potato and Swedish fillet. After-work happy hours keep the office-goers happy, while tourists and expats are frequent visitors too. Check website for more information.
Etage is one of the most refined and classy dining experiences in the city. At night, it transforms into a dance palace, and in both its guises it attracts the best and brightest of Malmö's elites.
This restaurant features Izakaya, or Japanese tapas. Many of these constitute Yakitori skewers, or deliciously marinated meat on shish kebab skewers. There is also a limited menu of sushi, noodles and other small dishes. These all are a treat, especially with the selection of Japanese beers and sakes available at the bar.
This delightful little restaurant on Larochegatan in the city center features a mix of Iberian and Gallic culinary favorites. Spanish tapas share menu space with rich french dishes and Spanish paellas, and there is something here to please any palate.
Established in 2001 by Bengt Hansson and Andreas Pieplow, this restaurant and entertainment venue has grown into a popular place among locals. Several events are organized here throughout year, including plays, stand-up comedy, concerts and Christmas shows. The spacious restaurant, with its high ceilings and excellent view over the water, also makes for a great lunch spot. It is about a seven minute walk from Central Station.
As the name suggests, this restaurant specialized in Southeast Asian cuisine. However, there are several elements that are pan-Asian and even international in character. An excellent value for the prime location of the restaurant and the food is some of the best in town.
As the name implies, this restaurant is one of the most authentic places to enjoy Vietnamese food in Malmö. The friendly proprietors are willing to recommend specials to first-time diners or experts in Vietnamese cuisine. In addition to favorites like noodle dishes, chicken and pork, there are also a few Vietnamese beers on tap as well.
Vegegården is one of those restaurants that becomes a staple after the first time you dine there. The food is delicious and fresh but not too highbrow or complicated, the prices are middle-of-the-road and the combination makes this into the sort of place that's a fit for special occasions or just when you don't feel like cooking.
Helsingborg's Bonasera Bonasera is a local favorite and features pasta and other Italian favorites that would not be out of place in the streets of Milan. Local seafood and imported wine make for excellent complements to the chefs' talents, and any diner is assured a wonderful meal. They are also very family and child-friendly and taking young ones here is sure to please them.
Atmosfäris one of the most internationally acclaimed eateries in Malmö. Only a few years old, it has grown from being the new kid on the block to a lionized institution in Malmö culinary circles. The food is lovingly prepared and feature clever international touches on classic European dishes.