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Kafé Sisko, 2024 Photo: Kafé Sisko

Kafé Sisko

To have a snack and eat and drink something delicious in connection with the museum visit is unbeatable! Sit down in our café, Kafé Sisko, to discuss and digest the art experience together.

At Kafé Sisko, we serve Smörrebröd (open sandwiches) our way and high-quality beverage experiences at a good price. Open sandwiches work just as well for morning coffee as a lunch offer, and are perfect in the afternoon with a beer or a glass of wine, as well as non-alcoholic alternatives, of course.

Of course, sweet treats are also offered in the form of snacks for both adults and children. And why not try a cup of fine coffee from Solde Coffee Roastery!

Kafé Sisko, 2024
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Kafé Sisko, 2024 Photo: Erland Gustavson Påsse
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Kafé Sisko, 2024 Photo: Erland Gustavson Påsse


Vegetarian 90 SEK

Old cheese cream, Yellow beet, Browned butter, Japanese curry, Pickled silver onion, Crispy kale, Roasted buckwheat, Pickled sultanas

Fish 95 SEK

Pea cream, Caramelized fennel, Cold-smoked salmon, Sour cream, Pickled shallot, Raw fennel, Pea powder

Meat 95 SEK

Mustard and horseradish mayonnaise, Caramelized onion, Pork belly, Apple and fennel glaze, Pickled red cabbage, Roasted onion, Sandwich cress

LUNCH OFFER (11.00 – 14.00)

Large 135 SEK

One open sandwich in double size + today’s salad and bread

Small 95 SEK

One regular-sized open sandwich + today’s salad and bread

+10 SEK for lunch coffee/tea after the meal


Olives 40 SEK
Almonds 40 SEK
Cornichons 40 SEK

Cheese 75 SEK
Charcuterie 80 SEK

Beer, wine, and sparkling wine available! As well as non-alcoholic options, of course.

FIKA (something sweet)

Cookies 15 SEK each
Tasty treat 45 SEK
Crème Brulée 70 SEK


For event bookings and larger groups, contact Ewelina & Chonladda at:

For other inquiries: 073-903 09 16

Follow us on Instagram: kafesisko

Kafé Sisko is operated by Chonladda Perlestam, Oskar Lind, and Ewelina Lauhakari

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Chonladda Perlestam, Oskar Lind and Ewelina Lauhakari open Kafé Sisko at Moderna Museet Malmö, 2024 Photo: Susanne Svantesson/Moderna Museet
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Kafé Sisko, 2024 Photo: Erland Gustavson Påsse

Published 17 June 2015 · Updated 28 February 2024