Wednesday, April 22, 2009


Trailing Stockholm and even tiny Norrköping, the time has come for Malmö to open its own Czech restaurant. Located on Lilla Torg in a pastel-coloured building that would be well suited for the squares of Malá Strana, the restaurant is cleverly named “Czechpoint” and apparently heavily sponsored by the Pilsner Urquell brewery.

Despite the “Kalte Platte” and the quintessentially Bohemian garden, the overall experience was a bit of a disappointment. Not only did I miss the proper pronunciation of “Pill-zz-ner OOR-kwell” but the food was both pricey and handed out in scant portions. That being said, I am happy to now have a bit of the Czech Republic within commuter train distance.


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