English pub style bar in the town centre. Visited on a baking hot day so sat outside in the front to soak up the rays.
Good selection of beers on, well kept and prices not too bad.
Liked this place and picked up a few new beers. I’d go back again.
This is one of two Bishops Arms in Malmo, the other being near the central station. It’s very similar to the Copenhagen branch but seemed to have more atmosphere as there were quite a few customers. We visited with Anders and Lars on a sunny Sunday, having taken the train over to Malmo from Copenhagen (a pleasant 35 minute journey over the impressive Oresund bridge).
We sat outside, where there are several round slatted wooden tables with matching chairs, outdoor heaters and the outdoor lanterns known to everyone who’s ever visited an IKEA. Inside, over the bar there’s a long rowing boat (a skull, like those in which our boys have won so many Olympic medals for Great Britain), a black and white mock Tudor ceiling, wood panelled walls and photographs of the English royal family and of British landmarks.
There was a good choice of beers, including Oppigards Amarillo Spring, Mikkeller Snapphane and Viking IPA.
(Visited 29 May 2011).
The other Bishop Arms has been for years the only place for good beers in town, this new one added some depth to that; there is always some good craft beer on tap, with some attention to local breweries, maybe just a bit too much English timid Ales somethimes; the bottle selection is likely to be the best in town, but the prices are very Swedish (high); they introduced the small sample glasses for 25kr, and this is a good idea; I would trust eating there, but I hadn’t had the opportunity yet.
New visit Tuesday Sep 15, 2015. Got there around 1 pm, stayed until just after 9 pm. Was driving later so only sampled a few very small tastes. Nice, fast service. Three taps on from "Minus 1" brewery located in the hotel basement. Good amount of guest taps on. Solid bottle selection. Ate both lunch and dinner, both tasty. They seem to take educating the staff very seriously. Recommend a visit if in town! Parking on the streets, bigger bus hub pretty much stumbling distance from the door. Small outdoors patio, they do have cask/real ale. Not packed this day, but some football game going on that likely many were interested in.
Visited early, after lunch or so, Wednesday June 10, 2015. First visit. Stayed for one beer. Had the unfiltered Pilsner Urquell that was good. Good service. Not so many people here early on a weekday. Plenty of taps and bottles. About to have a small brewery (-1) start up in the basement of the hotel, beers to be served at this BA, so likely I will return for that on my next visit to Malmö. Centrally located, some sort of bus hub seemed to be very close. Parking on the street outside. Didn’t eat. Fairly expensive as most BA are, and perhaps as most Swedish bars serving craft beer are. No problem buying smaplers of about 2 dl of the tap beers. As of locals the better of the two BA bars in town.
Brugmansia (656) Jylland, Denmark | February 22, 2013| Updated February 25, 2013
Great pub in the city center of Malmö. Rather spacy, cosy atmosphere and friendly staff. Great variaty of beers, both on tap an bottles. Food is traditionel pubfood with a swedish twist. Typical Bishop Arms deco, english inspired :-)
Absolutely worth a visit..
Located in central Malmö. You really know what you get when you visit a Bishops Arms in Sweden. Same interior no matter where you go and the beers are often quite the same. Decent selection of Swedish micros, but I did not find a new beer for me. Decent outdoor-section but the traffic is only meters away.
kermis (550) The Hague / Amsterdam , Netherlands | June 22, 2013
Typical Bishops Arms (ie good!). Same decor as usual and a great selection of tap and bottled beers, with some interesting Swedish and Danish micros.
Great pub. 32 taps and many very interesting and rare styles. 25 skr for 10 cl: Great service. Alas to long waitning hours at the bar. had nice fish and chips. Many interesting bottles but hadnt time to check them out. A real ratebeer place.