With its artsy Berlin vibe and unique multi-cultural cuisine, Malmö is the perfect city for all you foodies out there. Our local guide has found the hip city's secret gems. Did someone say ”Fika?”


Located in an upcoming chic neighbourhood, this “Instagram friendly” café is the perfect spot for trendy Francophiles and fika-lovers. The breakfast platter with cheese, granola and apple must is highly recommended.

Skvadronsgatan 13. Map.

St:Jakobs Stenugnsbageri

Anyone who has been to Sweden knows that the cinnamon- and cardamom buns are basically considered a religious experience. Dear traveller, look no further. This is where you find the buttery buns from heaven.

Skvadronsgatan 16. Map.


Pop in here to get your bike fixed while sipping on a freshly brewed cappuccino. And why not try a home baked cookie while you’re at it? This combined café and bike shop is a hidden gem with a unique and laid back big city vibe!

Helmfeltsgatan 1. Map.

Kafé Agnez

It is easy to walk by this “hidden café” in the heart of Malmö’s Old town. But somewhere on a cobblestone alley, a creative world awaits. Live music, vegan cookies and a picturesque courtyard make this bohemian café well worth a visit.

Agnesgatan 11. Map.


Come here for the best almond croissants in Malmö. Or why not browse through fashion magazines, people watch or just kick back and listen to some good tunes – this tiny café has it all.

Engelbrektsgatan 6. Map.

Tea Junkie Malmö

Tea Junkie

Tea Junkie

Tea drinkers are a rare breed in this coffee obsessed country, and it can be quite a challenge to find good tea. But as it happens, the newly opened market hall, Saluhallen, has something for everyone! Tea junkie is pretty much paradise for tea drinkers with its very own tea sommelier, tea tastings and tea dipped pralines.

Gibraltargatan 6. Map.

Nordic Roasters

A bike ride from the city centre, by the harbour, lays this rustique and trendy roastery. Watch the ocean while sipping on a cup of coffee, or tea. Here both tea junkies and coffee addicts will find an excellent selection. The atmosphere is very urban and Nordic Roasters could easily be a hipster café in The Mission, San Francisco.

Grimsbygatan 24. Map.

Raw Food House Malmö

Raw Food House

Raw Food House

Perhaps it’s the location next to a yoga studio, the healthy treats or the countryside interior. This raw food café is filled with a sense of well being. Indulge in desserts with a good conscience – everything here is ecological, vegan and locally produced.
Friisgatan 8. Map.


“The coffee bar”, as it is directly translated, is practically an institution in the multi cultural neighbourhood Möllan. And it is said to have the best coffee in town. Grab a seat at the bar, enjoy an espresso and feel like a local.
Ystadsgatan 9.


This vegetarian café has quickly become a classic in hipster neighbourhood Västra Sorgenfri. Be here in time for the immensely popular weekend brunch – it is sure to be packed with locals, millennials, and fashionable families.

Falsterbogatan 1. Map.