Helsinki

Dinner Date: Juuri

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This Dinner Date post is actually the result of a lunch visit, but that’s okay. This time, I’m taking you to one of the most established places in Helsinki, Juuri. It took me a while to finally fully experience what they have to offer, and I hope this posts will inspire you to not wait as long as I did! Traditional Finnish dishes with a twist and a fresh interpretation, great service and casual atmosphere. I’ll be back soon.

Helsinki Coffee Festival / Finnish Roasteries to watch

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The Helsinki Coffee Festival celebrates the mighty bean and also teaches visitors and curious coffee drinkers about the newest trends and methods, but the actual coffee tasting ain’t coming short either. In addition to a couple of impressions from the festival, I picked my favourite roasteries from around Finland to watch out for (and try).

Helsinki: Best places to get some work done (Part 1)

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Freelancers, students, visitors who need to get down to business: this post is for you. I enjoy my home office but on days where I really need to get things done it’s the safer option for me to be away from my sofa and fridge. Here’s my part one of the best cafés and workplaces in Helsinki. Criteria? Mainly coffee and wifi.

Dinner Date: #HelsinkiSecret & Heleats

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Have you considered casual fine dining at home yet? If not, let yourself be inspired by this delicious menu created by Heleats, that you can have prepared for you right at home, if you want. New Nordic Cuisine is constantly evolving and rediscovering itself in all kinds of magical ways. Are you hungry yet?

Dinner Date: Cauliflowering with STREAT and Hörte Brygga

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A dinner only made of…cauliflower?! Yes, the guys from tiny restaurant in the South of Sweden, Hörte Brygga, created a menu consisting pretty much of only one ingredient. Read more about the deconstruction of both street food and fine dining and why cauliflower is a veggie star!

Dinner Date: Baskeri ja Basso

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In a rather unexpected setting, somewhere in the end of Eira, you’ll find a gem of a neighbourhood restaurant that makes Helsinkis food and restaurant scene so distinct and exciting. Fine dining in casual atmosphere, delicious wines and food – this is a prime example of what makes the Finnish food scene so exciting and interesting.

NBE phone recap

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The Nordic Bloggers’ Experience 2016 is over and out! The campaign officially concluded on Wednesday the 26th, and now I am processing the events and experiences of last week by simply putting down a little best of phone snapshots along with some thoughts of the week.

#helsinkilove: Christmas vibes

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I’m not wildly crazy about Christmas, but over the years I have learnt to appreciate the lights, the food, the vibes and the general coziness of this times of year. I also adore the Christmas markets, especially the one on the Senate Square in Helsinki is home to some wonderful gems.

About discouragement and ambition: the job hunt in Finland

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Expat life in Finland can be challenging, especially when it comes to the part of employment. Why is it so tricky and what are possible backgrounds? I am not claiming to be an expert, but sharing experiences of my own and from my surroundings are hopefully an interesting insight.