Here are the latest foodie news from Malmö in southern Sweden:
Nordic Street Food
The recently opened Nordic Street Food restaurant will be located in the food court in Malmö Central Station for six months for the duration of this winter. Nordic Street has had a successful summer stint with their food truck. Now fans can enjoy the cuisine in a more cosy setting, where the concept will be taken to the next level.
Owners Pernilla Elmquist and Jens Almgren will experiment with new burger recipes, a “Nordic Street Food Coffee” and even a breakfast menu, created by the restaurant’s very own pastry chef. Fresh ingredients such as asparagus are also on sale in a “mini market hall”.
Pernilla Elmquist, Nordic Street Food (photo: Jannie Vestergaard/Livsmedelsakademin)
Indoor food market
This autumn, a brand new indoor food market has opened in Malmö, created by Martin & Nina Karyd, siblings behind the family-owned real estate company Anna homes. The Malmö Market Hall (a saluhall in Swedish) is on the corner of Neptunigatan and Gibraltargatan and opened November 11, offering a unique foodie environment that combines both traditional and innovative culinary trends.
The building is from 1898. It has been renovated and expanded by the famous Swedish architects Wingårdhs arkitekter.
The new Malmö indoor food market – the big windows are where the trains used to roll into when the hall was still a warehouse (photo: Elin Bennewitz/Byggindustrin)
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Source: VisitSweden UK; featured image: Gustav Kaiser/Stockholmsmässan