Tourists can enjoy National Finnish cuisine and the ever-popular Nordic classics in the heart of Helsinki at any budget.
– Helsinki’s special treasure is the restaurants that have been serving guests for almost a hundred years!
Savoy, what`s interior was designed by famous Finnish architects Aino and Alvar Aalto, serving guests for more than 80 years.
Kosmos, the family-owned restaurant, running by the 4th generation of the restaurant’s owner, was open almost 100 years ago and still shines bright on Helsinki’s restaurant scene.
Sea Horse, opened in 1934, server its customers Finnish food and atmosphere.
Kappeli with it`s charming spacious glass veranda was renovated in 2021 but still cherishes it`s unique atmosphere and it`s rich traditions going back over 150 years!
– Staying in Helsinki, enjoy not only traditional Finnish cuisine, but also national character and spirit.
Enchantment of Lapland was brought to the guests of Saaga in pure Lappish and Finnish natural products, in the service, interior decor and table settings.
Come to Savotta right next to Senate Square to enjoy the best Finnish tastes! The genuine old artefacts dating back to Finnish homes and logging sites from the old days make especially charming and cozy atmosphere. The tableware includes old and new china of the world-renowned Finnish Arabia.
Konsan Molja was opened in Helsinki for over 40 years and since then offers traditional Finnish food and authentic Karelian memories in cozy atmosphere by the old docks.
– If you are looking for a unique food experience and top-quality kitchen you would enjoy the stunningly beautiful Salutorget in the heart of historic Helsinki offering a perfect setting for a wonderful dining experience.
The recipe for an enjoyable visit of Emo restaurant is simple: delicious food, care and dedication make anyone relax.
A Michelin-starred restaurant by the Market Square in Helsinki – Olo (Olo has been awarded a Michelin star every year since 2011) Olo`s Scandinavian menu is prepared with love, built around familiar Nordic ingredients, with modern and international nuances.
For those who prefer pland based menus, there is also an option in Helsinki – Magu, the vegan restaurant with a difference. Magu offers vegan beautifully crafted menus in a cozy and relaxed atmosphere.
The archipelago of Helsinki consists of around 330 islands, don`t miss the opportunity to enjoy lunch or spend a cosy evening in one of island restaurants just a stone’s throw from the centre of Helsinki but still far away from the city’s hustle and bustle.
Saari is a Finnish restaurant where the mastery of traditional cooking meets modern sensibilities. The season’s favourite delicacies can be enjoyed out on the sunny terrace, in the nautical dining hall or on the Belvedere Balcony.
Summer restaurant Saaristo, located on the Klippan Island, just 100 m off the city coastline, offers Scandinavian tastes and magnificent sea views overlooking both the sea and the city centre. Saaristo’s white Art Nouveau style villa, built in 1899, is one of Helsinki’s most imposing and traditional restaurants nowadays.