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At the corner of a brick building in the district of Möllevången, you’ll find the tiny food bar and gastropub Lyran Matbar. Chef Jörgen Lloyd and his team welcome you to sit along the bar, or at one of the few wooden tables inside this small space, to enjoy their daily selected menu. The atmosphere is casual, the food is New Nordic, locally sourced (Jörgen goes foraging for a lot himself), and vegetable-heavy (you can choose vegetarian or with some fish and meat). Presentations are simple and minimalist, like greens on crackers, or roasted onion in a fermented sauce. The wines are all natural.
Looking for more great spots for food and drinks in Sweden’s third largest city? Check out my foodie map of Malmö.
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.