Reviews on Chinese food in Malmo, Skane County, Sweden. Blending green parks and sandy beaches with a rich culture, history and modern art, Malmö lets you go your own way — literally. Starting in the bustling commercial centre, it’s just a short walk to picturesque Old Town and Malmöhus Castle. From there, you can easily continue to the modern Western Harbour for a perfect snapshot of the Öresund Bridge and Turning Torso. And since Malmö loves food, drinks and good company, you’re never far from fine dining or a proper Swedish Fika.
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4 based on 353 reviews
After traveling Europe for almost 3 weeks we wanted a change of food. We found this restaurant via TA. It was within a 1/2 mile of our BnB. Higher-end Chinese restaurant, but we loved everything from the atmosphere, the menu options, the service, & the food & beverage choices. Our waiter helped with our food selections when we couldnât decide. Everything was great - fried dumplings, wonton soup, noodle soup, pork, chicken, beef & duck/pineapple dishes, & of course the local beer!
4 based on 101 reviews
This is a proper old-school all you can eat Chinese buffet, except everything is vegan (not that you'd notice). By far the cheapest restaurant we visited anywhere in Denmark or Sweden, it would be cheap even by UK standards, and the food was delicious (if you like old-school deep fried battered incredibly unhealthy Chinese food). The only drawback is that I ate my own bodyweight in grease and felt ill for days, but I'm pretty sure that was my fault and not the restaurants. Maybe just be careful not to overdo it. Also they don't serve alcohol, but as it's (slightly oddly) only open at lunchtime I guess that's not really an issue for most people. Also beware the staff didn't speak English (not a complaint, just an observation) but we got by with pointing and gesturing and they were nice and helpful
4 based on 130 reviews
There's nothing like it. These dumplings, gyozas, ribs and salads are one thing: heavenly. The taste is incredibly well balanced: salty, hot, sweet, aromatic, soft and just delectable. Everything feels incredibly fresh - the greens feel like they all were picked yesterday, then lovingly seasoned. The spices are never too strong or too restrained - they are just so. Subtle is the word; an aftertaste of umami that doesn't quite let itself be described. It's not anything like the boring old Chinese food you get everywhere in Europe. Nor is it like the Japanese food. It is a thing of beauty and it makes us all want to move to Canton. You will be absolutely satisfied if you take one of the lighter menus, full and happy but not heavily so, because nothing is fatty or greasy, only light and fluffy. The cocktails were absolutely gorgeous, too, and the young and hip staff laid back but efficient, friendly and sweet. Even the setting is perfect: smack in the middle of super cool, super hip, super cosmopolitan, slightly rough MÃ¶llan. This is as good as it gets in MalmÃ¶.
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