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Nestled in Malmö’s old town lies a cozy Scandinavian living room with wooden tables, lots of plants, jazz music, and a four-course, seasonal menu. On our visit to Västergatan we enjoyed a raw fish dish with celeriac and truffles, baked beets with a cheese sauce, deer with a root vegetable purée, and an incredible dessert of strawberry sorbet, vanilla cream, vanilla oil, and grapefruit jelly. On the wine side, we shared a bottle of Arbois Pupillin Ploussard from Renaud Bruyère and Adeline Houillon. Flavorful, unpretentious food in a relaxed atmosphere – this is a place we could easily return to.
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This was part of a sponsored trip by Malmö Tourism. The sponsor had no influence on the content of this article. We received no monetary payment.