Traditional food like pizza and pasta. Two pizzas with beer was over 50 euros, which I find overpriced, although the food was good.
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I decided to eat at GLO Grill Kitchen since I was staying at the hotel. Arrived around 9:20 and ordered food directly. It took quite a bit for the food to be ready which is not great when you are waiting alone. I ordered a grilled fish with a shrimp risotto, the fish was very nice but there was not... More
If you are in a strong winter in Helsinki a nice Hotel Restaurant can really save the day. With minus 26 outside I even decided that 20 € for a burger was worth it and was not disappointed. The style of the Restaurant is a bit wooden but well decorated, the staff was knowledgeable and friendly (and fast) and the... More
Went there for a lunch, oh boy what a dissapointment. Food was below average "office restaurant" stuff made from poor ingredients and without any imagination or effort. Terrace outside but very uninviting and always in the shade. Worst lunch experience for a long time.
The first waitress could barely speak Finnish, and same for English. Well, it is easy to order food anyway if you point with a finger, but then you would expect the waitress to know how to handle herself otherwise with serving the table and such, but this one certainly didn't well. Anyway, perhaps she was on trainee or something, so... More
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