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Friday 10:00am - 9:00pm
Saturday 10:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday 11:00am - 4:00pm

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Mon-Thur 6pm
Friday 7pm
Saturday 4pm
Sunday only restaurants open
Breakfast is served from 8am on weekdays

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Limhamns Kött & Vilt

The tastiest meat usually speaks SkånISH.

Meat that tastes heavenly starts with animals that have had a good life in the field. Free-range pigs that can furrow to their heart’s content, grazing cattle and game from clean, Swedish forests. Limhamns Kött & Vilt stands with their feet firmly in the Skåne soil. Their sausages, salami and ham are handmade with ingredients from local farms and hunters. The down-to-earth nature typical of Skåne people has generated good food for decades, and will for years to come.

FAVVO GLASS

ICE CREAM DOESN’T GET FRESHER THAN THIS
Everyday Favvo Glass’s ice cream master, Ronald, mixes a base of milk, cream, and egg. After a 12-hour resting period it’s flavouring time. Anne and Ronald do everything, from picking fresh ingredients, making the caramel and blending ripe bananas by hand. They create all the recipes themselves and the raw ingredients give the soft ice cream its unique flavour. And if you want milk, egg or nut free ice cream, try their fruit sorbets. Which flavour is the best? Ronald’s favourite the rich and nutty Baileys with hazelnut. What will your Favvo be?

MALMSTENS FISK

CAN YOU HAVE FISH RUNNING THROUGH YOUR VIENS? ABSOLUTELY!

Granddad was a fisherman and grandma worked at Malmö fisheries, so it’s no surprise the brothers Malmsten work in fish. As the name suggests, you can buy fresh goodness from the sea or sit down for a delicious meal at Malmstens Fisk & Kök. Flounder, cod or turbot to cook at home, or maybe fish soup to eat here? The choice is yours. And every Friday during oyster season there’s after work fun with oysters and bubbles. So if you love life, you are hereby officially invited.

OSTABENGTSON

THIRD GENERATION CHEESE LOVERS

Ostabengtson is possibly Sweden’s most well-aged cheese shop. It’s existed in Lund since 1951, and now a third generation Bengtson is at the helm. From the very beginning, Ostabengtson have been renowned for their Swedish hard cheeses. Partly because of the incredible flavour, but also because they make it themselves with 100% control over the ripening process. At Malmö Saluhall they focus on organic cheese and products from Swedish dairies. Got a craving for smooth goat-milk yoghurt, or perhaps a hand-churned butter? You can also get it here.

HOLY GREENS

HOLY GREENS, WHAT A SALAD!

Holy Greens prepares the healthiest food you can eat. and also the tastiest. We’re talking hearty salads with a base of Swedish, local and organic, interwoven with Asian influences, a pinch of Mediterranean and a touch of the Middle East. Everything is fresh daily, and peeled, chopped and pickled on site. Nothing ready made – they do it all themselves. Thirsty? Holy Greens also serves freshly pressed juices in all the colours of the rainbow, full of goodness from the freshest of fresh fruit and veg.

POMS

GOOD SANDWICHES RULE THE WORLD!

POMS creates well-prepared, tasty fast food. But not “fast” in the usual sense. Yes, you get a sandwich in your hand in a few minutes. But the fillings, like sauerkraut and pastrami, are given time, thought and care. Here you’ll be served sandwiches from all over the world – Muffuletta, Cubano and Reuben, are just a few examples.

St. Jakobs Stenugnsbageri

BAKERS ARE CRAFTSMEN WHO MAKE THE AIR SMELL GOOD

St. Jakobs Stenugnsbageri doesn’t just bake for the sake of your tastebuds. Their bread is a multi-sensory experience, engaging sight, touch and sound. Nothing is as appetising as the faint crackle of a freshly baked sourdough as it begins to cool. St. Jakobs Stenugnsbageri fills Malmö Saluhall with the most wonderful aromas from dawn till dusk. Come by and grab a sandwich and a cardamon bun, or take home a delicious loaf of fresh bread. Just follow the tantalising smell, and you’ll find the right place.

FALAFEL & BURGERS

EAST MEETS WEST AT FALAFEL & BURGERS

Malmö is Sweden’s falafel capital. But the question is whether Malmö can soon call itself Sweden’s burger HQ too. Falafel & Burgers is rooted in typical Malmö ideals – teamwork and local pride. Using freshly baked bread from neighbouring St. Jakobs Stenugnsbageri and meat from local farms, they bring you food based on true love for all that’s good in our region. And is it true that they fry the falafels in olive oil? You’d better believe it!

Hedvigsdal

HOW ABOUT A RIDICULOUSLY GOOD PIZZA?

Those who’ve heard of Söderberg & Sara, the people behind Hedvigsdal, will get that they know their stuff. Whether it’s baking or cooking up their own cordial, they are ridiculously good at it. Plus they are lovely, creative and fun. Yep, choose a positive adjective and it’ll describe Hedvigsdal. At Malmö Saluhall they serve wood-fired oven pizza. But their story starts far from the oven, and they don’t take any shortcuts. The organic flour is locally produced and many of the delicious toppings are grown in their own vegetable garden.

PAPI

YOUR MAMMA DOESN’T WORK HERE, BUT YOUR PAPI DOES!

A good dad is always there for you, so is a good mum, but at Papi you get a kind, protective father figure. And these daddies also happen to be maestros in the kitchen. Their thing is Italian cuisine using fresh, local ingredients from Skåne’s producers.

PINK HEAD NOODLE BAR

NOODLES ARE NOT ART? ERM, YEAH, THAT’S EXACTLY WHAT THEY ARE!

Wade Brown brings the best of Asian street food to Sweden via Malmö Saluhall. With handmade noodles and uncompromising craftsmanship, he lifts Asian street food to gourmet level. And being Australian, he does it all with laid-back charm and a genuine smile. His melting-pot of influences come from China, Japan and Korea. Typical of Asian food, the dishes are clean and minimally presented. You see what you’re eating, and what you see is pure beauty.

Tea Junkie

TRANSFORMING TEA DRINKERS TO TEA JUNKIES!

Tea should be enjoyed in peace and quiet with a biscuit and floral wallpaper. Or not. Tea Junkie is passionate about clean, organic teas with a unique presentation. Matcha latte, for example, prepared to perfection by a genuine tea sommelier. But that’s just the start. They also flavour their snacks, like the exquisite pralines, with tea. And if you want to become a fully-fledged Junkie, come in for a tea tasting – it’ll be the most fun you’ve had with your clothes on!

Bunches

BOUQUETS AT GREAT PRICES

At Bunches you’ll find bouquets of the seasons freshest flowers intermingled with leafy green foliage. Bunches is a modern florist that works with environmentally aware growers who are fair to both the flowers and the gardeners. In short, great flowers at great prices. And they always have handy tips about caring for your blooms so they last longer.

Olsson & Gerthel

DESIGN + FOOD = LOVE

This is the destination for those who like their knives as well balanced as the beef is tender. Or for those who could spend half a day choosing the ultimate saucepan. Hand selected and exclusive, but at the same time everyday-useful. These products have a clear lineage to Olsson & Gerthel’s signature style, and are an important fixture for a Malmö where enthusiasm for food just keeps growing. Discover the best tools for creating unique meals, and the most beautiful vessels to enjoy them from.

Chocolatte

A WORLD OF CHOCOLATE IN 12M2
Handmade pralines that have won more prizes than many elite athletes. Delicately flavoured, filled, dipped and decorated, all in a small chocolate factory in Helsingborg. Chocolatte do everything themselves, with as few ingredients as possible. Try Märta and Martin’s mouth-watering chocolate, caramel and fudge, or fill the kid’s Saturday sweet bag with lollies, chocolate figures, or gummy sweets. Everything is made fresh and with flavour combinations that will leave you speechless. Come and try a Virgin Mojito, and you’ll understand what we’re talking about.