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March 10, 2010

Flickorna Fläderblom, Malmö

Just can't resist to introduce you to this place:

I am thinking Gewurztraminer......... Viognier........ Sauvignon Blanc when stepping in here... That would be some of the wines perfectly suited to accompany the food of this place....

Flickorna Fläderblom (the Elderflower Girls) - a little, tiny place in Malmö. Some 5 bigger tables, 5 seats at the window and a little Hippy-corner. That is all the seating you'll find. If at all, because it is mostly full, when I get here. Here goes a thank to my friend Heike, another German who recently moved from USA to Sweden and who actually introduced it for me...

While I have never been so seldom at restaurants before, as since living in Sweden (Swedes are usually very domestic people and many of them cook like gods), if there is any lunch-restaurant-country: well this is it! It seems like everybody is out eating lunch. And it goes very fast, usually: 11:45-12:00 the places are filling up quickly and by 13:00-13:15 it may happen you are sitting all by yourself. :-)
Flickorna Fläderblom do not sell any of the above mentioned wines - no alcoholic drinks at all, unfortunately. (No one would want to drink for lunch anyway - we are not in Switzerland.) But the food!!! It is so real. So solid. So fresh. So tastebuds-friendly. All pure ingredients, most of it (if not all?) is organic. The girls stand there and cook and bake bread at the same time. So it is also transparent. The furniture has seen a lot. Nothing goes together - which is giving it all it's charme. Phantastic contrast to all the designer-styled places (which are also great!).

Some of the foods to pick from... Veggy Lasagna, Chicken, salmon...

The veggie-buffée - which I like a lot. The colours, the spices...

Today's risotto...
...and salat. Yes, I am a vinaigrette-girl, but this lime dressing was good too...

real bread... (Hello, Lena!)

For a virtual visit: the homepage And for a real visit: come to Malmö!

2 comments:

  1. Wow! Looks so delicious! What a cute place, and nice that they keep it small and intimate. It looks like (and I love this!) they use real china and in all different kidns of colors and patterns which is nice. Probably thrift store finds! mmmm....bread....
    I think this should be your new venture....you know.... at your new place. :-)

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  2. Yes, it is very cute. All furniture, dishes, etc... from garage-sales kind of. Really fun.

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