Though relatively new, Shelter is serving impressive food with local ingredients and international flair.
This bustling restaurant has a hipster atmosphere, a shellfish bar and a menu with dishes like sugar-salted whitefish, charred salmon, vendace roe with potato blinis and beef tartare.
Juuri is a local favorite that proudly serves Finnish food cooked with Finnish ingredients. Their cleverly name sapas dishes are just part of the restaurant’s repertoire.
On a typical Helsinki day, the panoramic, waterfront view of the Säästöpankinranta would be reason enough to dine at Meripavilojonki.
B-Smokery slow cooks its ‘cue in an industrial Teurastamo space that was formerly a slaughterhouse. Add a tragically hipster vibe and it all sounds too ironic to be true.