CLOSED: Satori

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Kalendegatan 30, Malmo, Sweden

A vegetarian restaurant with a relaxed homey type atmosphere with sofas and arm chairs. Serves plenty of vegan options. Enjoy a raw salad, a grilled sandwich with freshly baked made-in-house stenungsbrod, a pizza or many other dishes. Confirmed closed March 2018. Has a Lunch Buffet Mon-Fri 11am-3pm. Check for other hours.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Pizza, Italian, Buffet, Fast food

19 Reviews

First Review by rachelberg

Okay but not great - Edit

Nice atmosphere and helpful staff but food wasn’t amazing. Opted for the buffet (mainly for price). The selection was a bit strange with not much that actually went together. Had a dish of soup with undercooked split peas and there was also a split pea salad, also undercooked! Tasted okay but seemed to be thrown together and not planned well. Bread was tasty but once again pretty undercooked and raw in the middle. Complimentary coffee with oat milk was much appreciated though!

Pros: Good price, Tasty

Cons: Not very well cooked

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Yummu - Edit

I am in Sweden on vacation and went here with my friend who lives here. Super cozy atmosphere , great service, and the muffin I got was delicious ! I liked how the vegan pastries and sweets were clearly labelled, there was also a vegan buffet advertised for a reasonable price :)... The only thing that could have been an issue was they don't take cash, luckily my friend had her card .

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Great vegan pizza - Edit

Food was good and came within minutes. Smiling and friendly staff, and a cozy atmosphere.

Please check it out!

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ok - Edit

There is one vegan pizza with olives, artichokes and sun-dried tomatoes which was really good. They wouldn't let the other pizzas be made vegan. The food wasn't clearly marked with what was vegan but the staff were helpful. We didn't have it, but there was a vegan buffet advertised. The green mango smoothie was really good.

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Ok place - Edit

The vegan pizza is good, the buffet is OK (not amazing), very expensive vegan sandwiches around 80 kr, the cinnamon buns are nice (they are never thoroughly baked in the middle so it's like eating raw dough - if you're into that), the muffins are some kind of fake muffins (taste mostly like sugar).

The restaurang has a lot of seating but they are understaffed so you'll find many tables with dirty dishes and sometimes it takes too long to get your order.

Pros: Pizza is good, Lentil soup is good

Cons: Expensive, Understaffed, Food could be better

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A cosy place - Edit

It's a cosy and lovely place to hang out for hours, right in the city center. Many people bring their laptops and work from there. There is space! The vegan soups and the vegan muffins are tasty. A selection of few vegan option.

Pros: The space!

Cons: Could have had more vegan options

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Healthy and tasty - Edit

I'm so glad to have been to this place. Almost everything is vegan and you can order any of the pizzas with vegan cheese. Good, tasty, healthy. I went there twice during my weekend in Malmö. Nice staff and cozy place, calm atmosphere. It's very comfortable to seat and rest having a coup of tea with a smoothiebowl.

Updated from previous review on 2017-03-13

Pros: Good, tasty, healthy, Almost everything is vegan, Cozy and calm atmosphere

Cons: Some of the cakes have animal products

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Nice hang out place. - Edit

It is in overall nice and cozy, and swedish-vegetarian mainstream cafe, where you will always find a sitting and be able to join your lunch or fika, but I wish they had more options for vegan, it does on description they do, but every time I have passed by for a fika, I have not seen vegan small sandwiches and cakes, but I do love their three soup everyday meal!

Pros: A lot space, Central, Good prices

Cons: More vegan

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it's OK - Edit

They have nice pizza, nothing special though. The buffet is all carbs, also ok but nothing special. Sallad, ok. Prices are ok. Cakes are ok. It is a good go-to-place if you are in the area. But I prefer other places.

If you are in a big company it is a nice place, the space is big but still cosy.

Pros: The space is big but cosy

Cons: The food is nothing special

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Savory meals with lovely atmosphere - Edit

I had a savory pizza with cheese, olives, paprika, arugula and home made pesto. Everything blended together nicely, with a lovely atmosphere in the center of Malmö. There was a lot of space, and it was not hard to find a table to sit at and feel comfortable in.

The staff were friendly and clear about what was vegan. They also put notes on butter and bread which was vegan and not, so that you don't have to ask.

Pros: tasty food , vegan alternatives to almost everything, tidy and fresh

Cons: small glasses, tap water

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Amazing breakfast buffet! - Edit

For only 89SEK you have get an amazing breakfast buffet with 2-3 different breads, (also) vegan butter, (also) vegan cheese, loads of fresh vegetables, a bunch of fresh-baked, super delicious muffins & cakes (many of which are vegan and/or gluten-free). They also serve smoothies, juices and coffee, and they are all included in the price.
I am definitely coming back here as soon as I get the chance! (If you come for the breakfast buffet though, count on it'll take them 30-40 min extra from their opening time to serve all that's included in the buffet.)

Pros: All is fresh, homemade & home-baked, sweet staff, affordable prices

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Good for centre, but don't go out of your way - Edit

I've been to Satori a few times, both for lunch and coffee breaks, and would only recommend it as an option if you are in the middle of Malmö and don't want to go too far for food.
Satori is very similar to other coffee chains like Starbucks and Espresso House, except that they also serve pizzas and a lunch buffet. The price range and vibe are the same, with big comfy chairs, and industrial scale baking/cooking/drinks-making.
I've often found Satori to be chronically understaffed though, so DO NOT come here for a quick lunch at 12. I've queued for 30-40 min just to get a basic lunch deal.
The pizzas are tasty though and the lunch buffet is ok. Generally quite cheap ingredients (like bread, potatoes, beans) but it fills you up. The selection is limited but it's all vegetarian and like 90% vegan.
The cake selection is extensive but expensive (especially the raw items). There are always several types of vegan cake though.
Personally I prefer the more personable Kafé Agnez which is only 5-10min walk away.

Pros: Extensive selection of vegan cakes, Very central location, Lunch fills you up

Cons: Slow service, Impersonable, Average value for money

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Good for the center of town... - Edit

A clean and nice looking place that mostly offers salads and soups apart from the buffet style lunch on weekdays. The food was good and considering it's close to the centre the price is okey but I was far from blown away...

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Vegetarian/vegan – best in Malmo - Edit

It was best vegan food in Malmo. Smoothies, muffins, salads, pizza – all was delicious. Interior is also pleasing, big portions and centrally located. It's only a pity we found Satori Cafe on last days of our trip. Five stars definitely.

Pros: Tasty food!, Big portions, Pleasant interior

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Cozy and fancy place downtown - Edit

When visiting Satori, I expected the prices to be insane based on their high-class, luxurious and cozy interior. To my surprise, the prices were OK and the food was impeccable: I have never ever in my whole life eaten a more fancy and tasty vegan pizza, I swear!
It's a good place to hang out with friends and enjoy some high-class meal for an affordable place once you are in the city center.

Pros: Cozy environment, Very tasty, gourmet-like food, Affordable

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Very nice! - Edit

Found this place through this app and I wasn't disappointed. I left feeling very full!
The buffet is 100% vegan minus the butter and the pizza but vegan options are on offer.
The buffet doesn't have endless choices but it's not needed, everything was delicious! Would definitely return if I'm ever in Malmö again!

Cons: Not 100% vegan

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Great Vegan Buffet - Edit

Really liked this place. Liked the decor, found the staff helpful, and thought the food was very good - would definitely return... But it would be nice if the buffet had a little sweet to finish.

Pros: Vegan buffet, location, decor

Cons: no dessert with buffet

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Satori - if you're downtown and fancy brunch - Edit

The buffet is almost vegan - except for the butter, where they do have a vegan option, but also regular butter ("Bregott" is the regular kind"). You get to choose between the sides of a vegan pizza slice or soup (mushroom was the soup of the day when I was there) - I opted for the soup, which was probably my favorite thing about the brunch. The hummus had a bit of a weird texture, and the rest of the brunch consisted of a few bean salads and potato salads.

The plate you're given, which I'm not sure if can be refilled, looked sort of small, but I was full when I left.

Tea or coffee with free refills is included in the price, and you can even get it to go in small or bigger cup.

Very friendly service, and very good for families - a lot of small children around.

I liked this place, but one of my new favorites Lotta Love Cafe, is basically around the corner, so I'd honestly rather go there.

Pros: Friendly service, Vegan cake option!

Cons: Not all vegan

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Cosy and inviting resturant/café - Edit

Great lunch buffet, which is completely vegan except for the pizza-- but they have vegan slices available. They have an assortment of bean salads, a green salad, pasta, yummy hummus and great bread (with vegan butter). The coffee is cheaper if you buy it with lunch. The place is big with lots of comfy chairs, booths and couches. Has wifi. Pretty busy around 12-2 but you never have to wait too long.

Pros: great buffet, warm vibe

Cons: busy at lunch, a little expensive

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