Their salmon soup is good. The place is very exotic and nice too. The service is not so fast, unfortunately.
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One might think this is a tourist trap, but no! Great personnel great bartender and the food is something else!! Portion size not so big but the tase is all there!!
great place to hang out with friends. place is very unique and nice, and the food is great too (not overpriced). service is quick and efficient.
Strange place, all sorts of crap attached to the ceilings, walls and floor, but the food and the service were both great, and the price (for Helsinki) very acceptable. The wacky names given to each dish hide decent quality traditional food. But some of the...More
Well we went there because Kappelli’ s kitchen was closed. It is a place one can dine late on the evening with loads of Finnish references. Our waiter Kiki was proactive, friendly, funny and willing to explain things to us. I totally recommend and I...More
Salmon soup!!! Oh my goodness it was so delicious! I had something else involving goat and bread cheese, both were also delicious but I have been dreaming about that soup! Some outside construction makes restaurant hard to find right now but we were with a...More
Our guide pointed this place out to us during our daytime walking tour of downtown Helsinki, saying that if one wanted fresh food from local farms and an eclectic atmosphere that this was the place to go. So we went for dinner. Yes, tractor and...More
A very interesting place, if not slightly bizarre. Zetor tractors, stuffed animals and lots of other interesting things adorn the place. The service was very good, as was the food. We both had reindeer, whilst being looked down upon by a stuffed reindeer, which was...More
Very nice restaurant..food is great..especially salmon soup and raindeere steak.. Ambiente inside restaurant it's nice..it gives you felling like you're in Texas..
Meeting an old friend after work and I needed some not too large portion before the night out. I'm happy they didn't have any hamburgers because this traditional Finnish fry-up served in a cast-iron frying pan was a direct hit with the beetroot and pickle...More