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Helsinki Restaurants

Savotta

  • Aleksanterinkatu 22 Map It
  • Scandinavian

Updated 01/07/2013

Fodor's Review

Savotta means "lumber camp," and the hearty food those lumberjacks would want is reflected on the menu. Located on Senate Square, directly across from Helsinki Cathedral, the 250-year-old building is adorned with knickknacks from a bygone era. The food is traditional Finnish food at its best—no effete New Scandinavian nonsense here. Meat dishes predominate, though there are fish and vegetarian options. The Provision Master's menu comes with a starter for two consisting

of goat cheese, pâté-like reindeer rillettes, pickled chanterelles, smoked pike, arctic char, smoked salmon roe and a host of other delicious delicacies. Main course is reindeer round top roast and smoked potatoes. Pair it all with the locally brewed strong beer called tahti. Dessert is a house-made ice cream flavored with licorice. The cheerful staff are informative when it comes to questions about this very Finnish cuisine.

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Restaurant Information

Address:

Aleksanterinkatu 22, Helsinki, 00170, Finland

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Phone:

09-7425 5588

Restaurant Details:

  • No lunch Sun.

Updated 01/07/2013

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