Traditional cuisine

Restaurant Savu

Experience the Finnish summer cottage "mökki" and seasonal Finnish cuisine at Restaurant Savu on Tervasaari island, a short walk from the city centre.

Restaurant Savu is located in its own peace on Tervasaari island in a small park where the restaurant guests in the summertime also have the possibility to play a Finnish version of darts and "mölkky", a popular Finnish throwing game.

80 seats in the dining room and big covered outdoor summer terrace.

Finnjävel Salon

In Finnjävel Salonki (Finnjävel Salon) believes in the refined, relaxed indulgence of fine dining. In addition to outstanding cuisine, wines and beverages, the restaurant provides its guests with an enchanting atmosphere.

Salonki serves traditional Finnish food that has been passed down through the generations, bringing these national dishes and local delicacies to the modern day.

The restaurant has been nominated one Michelin-star.

Finnjävel Hall

Finnjävel Hall is the place to enjoy casual, yet elegant Finnish food. Sali is inspired by Finnish home cooking and the brilliant inventiveness Finns have showed in the past while cooking with the scant resources they've had.

Cella

Cella, founded already in 1969, is a cozy restaurant in Kallio area serving a Finnish menu, a wide selection of wines, beers and ciders, and both Finnish and international games and sports on a screen.

Restaurant Kamome

Restaurant Kamome brings together both Nordic-Finnish courses and the Japanese way of cooking. A unique part of the restaurants story is the connection to the wonderful movie "Kamome Shokudo" or "Ruokala Lokki," which was filmed at this location in 2006 (then still Kahvila Suomi).

Restaurant Karljohan

Karljohan serves traditional Finnish food and well known classics with a personal touch. The vorschmack, slowly braised pork chuck, sweetbread and other offal delicacies have found many loyal friends over the 30 years that the restaurant has been in business.

Konstan Möljä

Konstan Möljä is a traditional Finnish restaurant with a maritime twist. The restaurant has been anchored at Hietalahdenkatu for almost 40 years - since 1981. Konstan Möljä offers traditional Finnish flavors and a unique maritime atmosphere by the old docks.

The restaurant offers a plentiful dinner buffet with Finnish delicacies. On Fridays and Saturdays Konstan Möljä offers a more festive weekend buffet. During the week Konstan Möljä also offers a home made buffet lunch.

The restaurant serves also Finnish beers and ciders, Finnish berry wines and classic cocktails with a Nordic twist.

Konditoria Hopia

Hopia is an old-time patisserie in Helsinki, in the heart of Töölö. Well-known for the delicious Finnish karelian pies and cinnamon buns that have been baked using the same recipe for over 60 years - with respect for traditions.