A "kajuta" is a cabin and the name is very appropriate since this is Malmö Yacht Club's restaurant. Don't worry or be put off by the Sebago ads on the walls - Sweden allegedly has more pleasure boats than most other countries in the World so this is a popular hobby and not just for snobs! The restaurant is not more expensive than anywhere else and everyone is welcome. Food served here is typical international steaks and schnitzels as well as burgers and a small childrens menu (and playground outside). It all comes with a great veranda in summer, with sweeping views across the jettys and the strait and away to the Öresund Bridge - see the photo. A great place to spend a summer evening. If you're staying at Malmö Camping, you have a perfect walk back to your bed after dinner.
Nami is housed in the old Limhamn Savings Bank which is history in itself even if it is definately a restaurant these days. It is a place were staff is cheerful and where most food has Japanese influences but fear not if you don't like sushi as there is also other food, mainly based on tasty and original sandwhiches. A great place to spend a hungry afternoon as portions are generous.
A maritime theme establishment in quaint Limhamn, where locals come for their pint or Sunday meal and where they are asked to eat, drink and be merry. Great food and loads of suitable seaside decorations which remind you of Leith for those of you who know Edinburgh. Cozy outside veranda in summer. Spontaneous events and the odd gig has been known to happen but at the same time there is a childrens' menu and although veggie dishes aren't on the menu, they are happy to accommodate you....whoa...this is where the good stops because they are NOT happy about it.
I was here on my own the first time and loved every minute with my box of fresh prawns. However, the second time here, I brought my veggie husband and as we had the audacity to order a veggie meal, we were treated like dirt. The owner at first suggested salmon - very veggie...ehum...despite me CALLING them earlier to make sure they had something vegetarian as it is a trail out here for us. Then a second waitress came along and wanted to take our orders, explaining that there were veggie things. We shouldn't have ordered...the food came, but as we tried ordering a second round of drinks, we were completely forgotten. This can happen to any waitress but here, we got not even an apology and when the bill came, it had two rounds on it...guess they thought we wouldn't read it. This pub only seems to welcome the affluent locals of this area. Not a local and you're easily forgotten or revenged upon for ordering vegetarian...bah!
This is a small local bakery and whilst it may not stick out amongst many, it is the relaxed feeling I like (apart from the typical Swedish cakes which are well made). You can of course buy bread and cakes and bring back to the jetty/seaside park to enjoy, but should you care to stop here, you will find a place where you can browse some travel- and other magazines and where you can help yourself to that extra spoon and so on and feel almost at home if it's not too crowded.