Photo courtesy of Salt & Brygga
Salt & Brygga
Located on the quayside, with great views over the water to the Öresund Bridge that connects Sweden to Denmark, and a few blocks from Santiago Calatrava’s Turning Torso skyscraper that is the tallest building in Sweden, Salt & Brygga was founded as a slow-food restaurant that was fervently committed to the highest ideals of eco-dining. Since then it’s changed hands, and changed direction, but still focuses on locally produced ingredients with an emphasis on local production. The menu is short, unfussy, and fairly priced. A three-course meal of, say, poached asparagus, baked halibut, and rhubarb-and-white-chocolate crumble will set you back around $50.
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Sundspromenaden 7, 211 16 Malmö, Sweden
+46 40 611 59 40
Sun 12pm - 5pm
Mon - Fri 11:30am - 10pm
Sat 12pm - 10pm