A rustic old 17th-century building furnished with classic wooden furniture and a gated backyard makes the yellow Mortensen’s house an iconic building that cannot be missed. Walk in, and you’ll discover one of Malmo’s most iconic coffee houses, with a divinely characteristic coffee aroma and brewing equipment that resembles something out of Sherlock Holmes’s lab.
Lila Kafferosteriet started off in 2006 and since then, has elevated the craft of coffee drinking in Sweden. As one of the creators of the World Championship in Coffee Roasting and founder of the Coffee Roasters Guild, you’ll be sure to get the finest quality coffee and highest quality craftsmanship that money can buy.
Whether you prefer your coffee brewed as a simple Bryggkaffe, V60, Chemex, French Press, or Aeropress, Lila Kafferosteriet has it all. Be it an Ethipian Chelba, a Brazilian Santa Ines, or Masha from Burundi, with their deep knowledge of coffee, and small batch cast iron roasting technique, the masters at Lila Kafferosteriet have brought out the best of the 800 flavors that are trapped in a coffee bean.
Besides this delicious elixir, the food and fika are also incredible. Freshly baked Toska Cake, Kanelbulle, Kokos top or open-faced sandwiches are available all day. If you’re in the mood for a little bigger bite, then their menu has a selection of sandwiches and salads made with locally grown produce that you can choose from.
If you’re in the area, be sure to check out this not-so-hidden little paradise.