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A little pricey, but the freshest fish in Malmo! This restaurant takes the lead when it comes to freshly caught seafood. You can also buy fish to take home here. Johan P. is located inside the Saluhallen indoor market hall, on Lilla Torg square. They also have an outdoor cafe.
Restaurant Cuisine: Swedish/Seafood.
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The Skeppsbron 2 Restaurant is a more expensive restaurant in Malmo. The interesting aspect of this place is that there's no set menu. Guests at the Skeppsbron 2 Restaurant have a direct view of the canal from the glass-walled dining area. There is also a wine cellar offering tastings.
Restaurant Cuisine: Swedish/International.Continue to 5 of 8 below.
05 of 08
The Mando Steakhouse is the restaurant for you if you're not feeling like eating more fish. The steaks here are very tender and considering meat prices in Scandinavia, the restaurant has low prices. Try the "Planksteak" - it's so famous that the restaurant is counting how many are being made!
Restaurant Cuisine: Steak/International.
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The HIPP is a restaurant in Malmo that's very "hip". For a reasonably priced lunch (11:30 am - 2 pm), there's really good lighter fare along with a salad buffet. Later at night, the place turns into a booming club (11 pm - 3 am) if you prefer to combine dinner with dancing. Nicely complements a stay at a nearby B&B.
Restaurant Cuisine: International.
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