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Dinner Date: Juuri

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.

Dinner Date!

Hang around with me as I head on my restaurant adventures in Helsinki and Finland. As an avid fan of (New) Nordic Cuisine and…

Dinner Date: #HelsinkiSecret & Heleats

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

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: Kaskis in Turku

Dinner Date time! When visiting Turku, make a note of reserving a table at Kaskis, where I had one of the most amazing dinners ever. Read and see for yourself and you’ll probably get why.

Dinner Date: Baskeri ja Basso

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.

Sokos Hotel Vaakuna: Time Travel in Helsinki

Where one should stay when in Helsinki is probably one of my most-asked questions. I have family coming over, one of them being a history teacher – so I wanted to recommend a place that has a story to tell. There are countless possibilities and places, kinds of accommodation, and what kind of place feels best is something so subjective. What’s undeniable though is that there are not all that many places that have a lot of character to them, hotels can often be generic and pragmatic, but often lack charm and uniqueness – but the Original Sokos Hotel Vaakuna is different. Opened in the 50s for the Olympic Games in Helsinki, it still managed to retain the vibes from the era, even after the extensive renovations they just concluded.