located on the street-level of the Savoy Hotel. nearly two dozen taps, a couple of hand pumps, and extensive bottle selection including three vintage of Narke Stormaktsport (equivalent to $30-40 each). opens in the afternoon.
Different compared to the other BA I have visited. This two-level pub is smaller, darker in interior, and a bit cozier and intimate. On the other side, the many long wooden tables makes the place rather narrow and overcrowded with furniture. 11 hand pumps and about 15 taps supplied by decent selection of bottles. I was surprised to find more Danish than Swedish cask ales, but I guess that’s a summer thing. Service was polite. I would have come here more often during my summer stay in Malmö, if they had opened earlier (visited, 30.07.2010).
rlgk (611) Göteborg, Sweden | October 5, 2008| Updated August 26, 2013
A standrad Bishops, with a quite nice selection of beers. Visited a late afternoon and it was rather silent.
gnoff (596) Mölndal, Sweden | January 24, 2006| Updated June 11, 2015
Visited a few times on one trip in 2006 and again in 2008. As for most of the Bihops Arms chain of places, the selection of food is not very big at all. But it’s much better on the beer and whisky part. Most of the crew has tasted the beer selection and is often helpful if you have any questions. So many new places in Malmö has popped up over the years, I wouldn’t have this place as a must visit.
Another cosy pub to visit, just opposite the central train station. I find it at times a bit to dark to visit, since I would like to see what I am eating and drinking :-). Friendly staff, cosy, quiet atmosphere, food is nice and the beers aare normally in good condition. Good variation on the taps and a nice bottle selection as well.
Second of two Bishops in Malmô located also in a hotel.
Same atmosphere, British style pub. Good beer selection with some Swedish locals and some other American or Danish imports. Bottle selection is also interesting but again, way too overpriced.
Did not eat, but the food was right along the British grub alley.