Very close to the central station, located on the backside. Very British boozer / pub indeed, quite a big one, spacious, does its thing quite well even if it felt slightly fake. Very friendly and good service. Draft & cask selection sadly was akin to that of an average pub and not a specialized one. Cask was standard Fuller’s offerings, taps were almost entirely big brand pale lagers, garbage Belgians like Kwak & Weihenstephaner. Lots of taps but almost nothing worth nothing, they had two house beers, I tried one and it turned out to be a dreadful pale lager. Bottle selection is a bit better including the likes of new Evil Twin, Mikkeller,… Also a lot stuff that one can do without like sweetened lambiek. Prices seemed a bit steep compared to other places. Overall not that interesting for a beer geeks & if you want to stay very close to the station, there is a The Bishops Arms very nearby which a far better option.
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.
Once one of the best pubs in Malmö, but the last couple of years the knowledgable staff has been replaced. Now many of their beers on tap are in bad shape when you order them, and the staff doesn’t even notice/care. The food has also taken a turn for the worse.