English style pub, didn’t think the beer range here was as good as the other places I visited in Malmo.
Staff were friendly, the beer I had was good and prices not too bad.
Not sure I’d dash back but might give it another chance.
Quite large L-shaped gastropub in a classic British style. I counted 8 hand pumps and minimum 32 different beers on tap in addition to an excellent bottle menu. Good selection of beers from different countries, however, very few from Swedish breweries. I had a bottle from Iceland and cask ale from Canada (!) You can have a taster of five cask ales, each 100ml, for 100SEK. Friendly and knowledgeable service. Music from Clash, Radiohead and Coldplay – to my pleasure. Very similar to the Queen’s Head in Stockholm. Located just three minutes walk from the station. Turn to the right when leaving the station (visited with Frau Eva, 30th and 31st July 2010).
When it opened, it was rather unnecessary, just a copy of the first Bishops Arms: similar beer selection, fake new English pub, ridiculous prices. Food is ok, as usual nothing extra. You may find some different beers than Bishop’s Arms nowadays.
English style pub just a few blocks from the Central Station in Malmö. Decent selection of mostly Swedish and English beers. Started this week to offer samples of 4 taps for 100 SEK, I like that.nice sunny outdoor-section. A place I will visit again.
Have visited this pub several times. Nice cosy pub, close to the railway station in Malmö. Nice deco, rather spacy pub. Good variation on the beers, that mostly also are in good condition. They do food as well but haven´t eaten there yet.
Very English style bar, very wide and varied tap selection, including cask. Good service, seems to have decent ambience.
kermis (459) The Hague / Amsterdam , Netherlands | July 23, 2012
Spacious bar located near the main train station and a pretty short walk from the Bishops Arms. Pretty good tap selection featuring a fair few Swedish micros and friendly helpful service. Definitely worth a visit if you’re in Malmo.
Not far form the Central station along the dock. Opened at four and the waitress was quite adamant about the four of us not coming in even as the place would open in 4 minutes. Regardless, the waitress was attentive and nice.
Place filled up rather quickly with the happy hour crowd. It packs this very British atmosphere with a lot of decoration that is borderline tacky and dusty. I am starting to wonder what a typical Swedish pub looks like as most of the bars seem fond on copying the British style.
Extensive tap list with around 40 taps (and many empty ones). A lot of British ales with a nice selection of Swedish micros. Drank the Malmö smoked beer. Food was rather dull to uninspiring, at least the happy hour menu, with a pricey burger and overly salty fries.
Nice bottle list of Belgian beers with another fridge for Swedish macros.