There are many atmospheric old cafes in Helsinki. Here we present three of them.
Traditions since 1852. Own words: “Our skilful bakers, pastry chefs and cooks have treated our customers to domestic and international delicacies for over a century and a half already. Genuine and warm-hearted customer service, high-quality ingredients and professional pride have always been our core values. Our ambition is to provide you with memorable delicacy experiences.”
Address: Bulevardi 9. Website
In 1891, Karl Fazer founded a French-Russian patisserie on Kluuvikatu, which, thanks to its high-quality delicacies and environment, quickly became a popular meeting place.
There are sweet and savory delicacies, a diverse selection of coffee, tea and cocoa, breakfasts, tasty soup and salad lunches and many other taste experiences.
Address: Kluuvikatu 3. Website
In 1992 the cafe opened its doors for the first time. Now it is getting an update to honor its original atmosphere. The goal of the renovation is that the cafe would serve as a shared living room in the middle of the city.
Address: Pohjoisesplanadi 33. Website