Far i Hatten

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Far i Hatten, which translates to Dad with the hat and dates back to 1894, is located in Folket Park – the people’s park – in Malmö. During the day, it’s an outdoors casual café serving coffee and waffles, but it morphs into a Biergarten and restaurant later on, and, finally, turns into a bar and dance venue with ping pong tables and DJs in the evening. All wines are natural, and the food is vegetable-heavy and organic. Card is queen here, so leave your cash at home. It’s all about plastic money.

Looking for more great spots for food and drinks in Sweden’s third largest city? Check out my foodie map of Malmö.

Welcome to "Far i hatten"
Welcome to “Far i hatten”
Dehydrated carrots, blackberries, and caramelized cream
Dehydrated carrots, blackberries, and caramelized cream
Natural wine in the glass
Natural wine in the glass
Chicken in pita with roasted potatoes
Chicken in pita with roasted potatoes
The Biergarten
The Biergarten

 

Disclaimer

This was part of a sponsored trip with Visit Sweden. The sponsor had no influence on the content of this article. I received no monetary payment.

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