The 10 best (vegan) cafes in Malmö, Sweden

Fika is a Swedish institution, meaning having a break with coffee and a snack. That could be a sandwich, pastry or cake, at any time of day.
So naturally there are a lot of great spots and we had to provide you with a list of the best fika in Malmö.

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Best vegan cafes in Malmö, Sweden
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1. Lilla Kafferosteriet

Lilla Kafferosteriet is an adorable place in Gamla Stan, the old town of Malmö.
The narrowest green door leads into a coffee, cake and sandwich heaven.
In the summer they have a lovely outdoor patio full of trees in the back. During colder weather there’s lots of space inside as the cafe spans over three levels with multiple little rooms and nooks. The interior has a super cute vintage vibe and makes you feel right at home.

Location: Baltzarsgatan 24

2. Pronto Cheesecake

If you don’t like cheesecake, move on, this place isn’t for you. Because that’s what they do, and they do it GOOD! Dozens of different kinds of cheesecake topped with fresh straw- and raspberries and various chocolates and whipped cream. We’re talking serious cheesecake heaven, from Oreo or Snickers to Kex, they have everything. And it’s all delicious, so what are you waiting for?

Location: Lilla torg 2

3. Nostra

This place was just recently renovated and is a popular spot for digital nomads while enjoying delicious coffee and cake. Freshly made coffee and the smoothest chocolate cake are just some things on their menu.

Location: Radmansgatan 3

4. Jakob's Stenungsbageri

Stenungsbageri has multiple locations but the newest one is super central. They make all their bread in house and it’s seriously delicious. The Scandinavian interior makes you feel like at grandma’s house and the home-made pastries sure make you feel at home too. If you’re not a coffee fan they also serve Rescued, a brand that uses the 30% of fruits that are deemed not good enough for sale to make awesome juices.

Location: Södra Förstadsgatan 11

5. AB Smaland

AB Småland’s fika is ecological, delicious, and served in a restaurant attached to the shop where they sell vintage home furnishings and clothes. Have a browse through the shop and after try their pastries and coffee, it’s perfect. And if you like the table you’re sitting at you can buy it, all their stuff in the restaurant is for sale too.

Location: Södra Förstadsgatan 25/27

6. Farm2Table

Located in central Malmö, Farm2Table serves vegan brunch and cakes all day; in fact, that’s even their motto.
They have outdoor seating in the summer, and a heated backyard patio in the winter.

Location: Davidshallsgatan 19

7. Jord

A cool little place in Malmö’s east end, Jord has an organic and plant-based menu. 
Part of the cafe is also a little shop with artisanal goods.

Location: Falsterbogatan 1

8. Cafe Homgangen

Tucked away off the main walking street, Cafe Holmgången has just recently been renamed from Sockerbit (it still appears like that on google maps). They have delicious organic, vegan and vegetarian cakes, coffees and sandwiches that you can enjoy on their adorable patio.

Location: Södra Förstadsgatan 23A

9. Hollandia

Hollandia is not just a great place for fika because of their seriously delicious cakes and pastries. They also have fresh sandwiches and great coffee. You can order their cakes for birthday parties and other celebrations, too.

Location: Södra Förstadsgatan 8

10. Atrium

Atrium is a great little place for coffee and cake. Their outdoor patio is adorable and very popular in the summer.

Location: Skvadronsgatan 13

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