Welcome to a city for foodies! In Lund you’ll find restaurants in different price ranges and with varied menus.
Looking for food "to go" or want an easy snack? Enjoy a falafel in town, bite into a pizza at one of Lund's pizzerias or why not try some Asian fare? If you have time, walk along Klostergatan, the "food street" where you're bound to find something for your tastes. Options include a Chocolaterie, fine dining, juicy hamburgers and cafés.
There are also several restaurants mentioned in the White Guide (the Scandinavian equivalent of a Michelin guide), where you can enjoy well-prepared dishes in luxurious surroundings.
Central Lund is full of cafés where locals and visitors gather for coffee, work, study, socializing and just relaxing. Check out which cafe will best suit you.
In Lund it's also easy to think climate smart and choose vegetarian dishes. There are several completely vegetarian restaurants. Call the restaurant in advance if they don't offer a complete vegetarian or vegan menu, and they will be sure to help you. If you want to shop organic and locally produced foods, visit one of the municipality's several farm shops.
Enjoy a large selection of delicacies and specialty stores in Lund city centre. You can buy cheese, fish, chocolate, organic and local produce and much more in several places in town. Saluhallen (Market hall) in Mårtenstorget has specialist stores and restaurants all under one roof.
In Lund it's easy to think climate smart and choose vegetarian dishes and there are several completely vegetarian/vegan restaurants. Check out the list of vegetarian and vegan restaurants in Lund in our Instagram guide
Congratulations to Alice och Kattens tesalong, who were recently named winners in Magasinet Skåne's competition "Skåne's Best", in the category "Café of the Year". In this charming tea room, Afternoon Tea is served with champagne or non-alcoholic every day. Homemade and delicious!
The local Lundabryggeriet makes a genuine Scanian craft beer. Now they have also started a beer cellar opposite the All Saints Church. On the menu? Food that goes incredibly well with beer of course!