Upstairs, a fine-dining restaurant complete with river views and a fish tank maître'd desk; downstairs, pub-style seating with a smaller menu where locals come to sip mugs of the restaurant's own light and dark brews. Both feature French-influenced Finnish cuisine, whether it be the five-course Menu Herman for €60–€70 (sound familiar? this restaurant actually predates Rocca) or à la carte entrees including fried white fish with sweet potato cake and fennel sauce and desserts such as a mocca crème brûlée with muscovado ice cream. Book early and request a table by the front windows. Downstairs is closed for dinner in winter but you can try the beer at a small lounge upstairs or come at lunch for the €8.60 all-you-can-eat buffet.
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