Walking through Malmö honed our appetite. We checked several places to eat but Sweden is quite limited for good food (from my point of view) it's all sandwiches and sandwiches with herring, salmon etc, soups, and Ikea type menus, so discovering an Italian on Stortorget opened our eyes and we chose to eat. To eat quickly, we still had a lot to see, we just ordered tuna pizza,and calzone, the tuna tasted great, and looked as delicious as at home, but there it was spectacular. The base, thin and crispy at the edges and at its best, come on, you were happy, the price was not bad considering how expensive the country is. They have a heated terrace in winter but also with blankets to overcome the cold and a delicious lunch and dinner. Good service and the menu written in Swedish, English, German and French, all the waiters speak English, so you willhave no problem if you speak a little of that language.