Sakata Cuisine is a Japanese restaurant in the Postitalo building next to the Helsinki Central Railwaystation. Gyoza dumplings, ramen soup, soba noodles, sushi etc.
Joutsen Finland is the northernmost down products manufacturer in the world, since 1936. Joutsen manufactures quality down coats and down bedding.
The down used in Joutsen products is a by-product of meat production, and is acquires from known, mainly Spanish and French meat processors. The origin of the down can be traced based on batch numbers. The products are manufactured mainly in Riihimäki, Finland, and in Estonia. Joutsen is the only operator in the industry to have been granted the allergy label, awarded by the Finnish Allergy, Skin and Asthma Federation.
The new Lokal Aleksi shop in the historical building of Aleksanterinkatu 13 carries the entire range of Lokals handpicked homeware items, representing the very core of Lokal. With a strong emphasis on local handcraft and sustainable design items, the selection is made complete with artisanal goods and select unique artwork.
The new shop is part of a future-oriented sustainable retail concept and meeting place to be opened by Lokal's mother company Glasshouse Helsinki.
Ruosniemen Panimo (Ruosniemi Brewery), originally from Pori on the west coast of Finland, has opened a shop and taproom combination at the renewed Kaivopiha in Helsinki.
Ruosniemi Brewery Helsinki Shop & Taproom brings all Ruosniemi Brewery products, novelties and rarities, for retail in the shop and to taste at the taproom.
Malaysian street food by Malaysian chefs.
Street Canteen's recipes are influenced by Malaysian street food and East-Asian flavours.
Crispy, tasty and gluten-free Belgian-style waffles, with vegetables, fish or meat. Not forgetting the sweet waffles.
WaffDaddy - crushy, honest, fresh and tasty!
The Bites Burgers menu is simple yet tasty. A couple of hamburgers, also a vegetarian and a vegan one, with extras to choose from. Special editions are also available every now and then, these can be found on the Bites social media. A wide selection of beers.
Bites Burgers also at Vallila and Kamppi.
The old ticket sales hall at Helsinki Central Station has been turned into Kulttuurihalli, a new pop-up exhibition and event space providing a meeting point for Helsinkians and those visiting the city. Kulttuurihalli offers a changing programme of exhibitions, events and talks on urban culture, including visual arts, design, architecture and literature.
The large hall consists of three different spaces: a studio for creatives to showcase their work, a stage area for talks and performances, and a cosy café serving coffee, snacks and lunch.
The space can also be booked for both private and public events.