Little Italy in Sweden

I live in the Eastern part of Denmark, which is very close to Sweden. It takes about 20 minutes by car across the bridge in Copenhagen to get to Malmö (third largest city in Sweden). I go there with my family every year and we always visit the same, Italian restaurant – La Trattoria.

Everything about this little pearl is just magnificent! There are only like 10 or 15 tables inside the room and the kitchen looks so small as well. When you step in there you might as well be in Rome – except from the Swedish words coming from all around the room when you step in. The walls are filled with pictures from the owner’s hometown and on the bar you’ll find bottled olive oil from the family’s farm in Italy – ready to be bought.


After being seated at one of the tables with the mandatory checkered tablecloths and candlelight the waiter hands over the menus to you and from there on it’s all up to you to indulge in the amazing food! My personal favorite is the Antipasto Misto and Pane All’Aglio which is perfect to share for apetizers. As a main you have to try the Frutti Di Mare or one of the perfect pizzas! And if you’d like a dessert the pannacotta is to die for!

Oh, and did I mention that they have their own little super cute car?

 

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