Welcome to Eat.fi!

Find Finnish restaurants online! See what's open right now on our interactive map – zoom in on where you are, then filter what you see by category, price, and reviews.

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How do I add a missing restaurant?

We're delighted you found one! Login, then scroll down and click the "Add missing restaurant" link. Last updated on: 2008-11-01 20:42:20

What kind of establishments do you list?

This site is for people who are hungry, not people looking for a place to go hang out. There are other sites that list the best bars and night clubs. We'd like to make sure that when you walk starving halfway across town through a blizzard to the last open restaurant, you won't be greeted with a shrug and an olive. If it's on our map, it should have a selection of food that you could consider a real lunch or dinner. However, we have just added a huge database of all the restaurants in Finland, which unfortunately include a lot of bars. If you find one, please let us know so we can delete it. Last updated on: 2008-11-01 20:41:59

Why can I only review each restaurant once?

In the past we've had problems with competitors trying to bring a restaurant's average ratings down by posting multiple bad reviews. Obviously for the sake of credibility, we can't allow this to happen, so we're sticking to a one restaurant, one vote principle. Registered reviewers can edit their old reviews. Last updated on: 2008-11-01 20:40:16

Why can't I review a restaurant from the same IP as someone else in my household?

If you register as a reviewer, your IP address is no longer an issue. We only limit the number of anonymous reviews from a single IP address, in order to prevent people from abusing the system. Last updated on: 2008-11-01 20:39:32

Can I edit my old reviews?

Yes you can, if you're a registered reviewer. If you've reviewed a restaurant, you'll find your old reviews of it in the comment section of that restaurant's page. Last updated on: 2008-11-01 20:37:38

What's a "top reviewer"?

At the moment, top reviewers are the people who are in the top 5% in terms of number of restaurants reviewed. Since they have apparently the broadest experience in terms of having eaten at many restaurants, we think you can trust their opinions a bit more than that of the average anonymous reviewer. Last updated on: 2008-11-01 20:36:19

Why do you have so few categories?

We believe that the more categories you have to choose from, the less you feel like bothering to go out at all. Especially if you're hungry. We also believe that most of the time you don't really have an ultra-exact requirement anyway. Once you have eliminated the options you know you don't want, just use your mouse to browse the rest on the map. We're sure you'll find something you like. Last updated on: 2008-11-01 20:35:06

Last updated on: 2010-03-10 03:04:47

What do the categories mean?

Asian food: Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Indian, Nepalese, Thai...Kiinalaista, japanilaista, korealaista, intialaista, nepalilaista, thaimaalaista...
European food: American, Italian, French, Finnish...
Other ethnic food: Turkish, Greek, Lappish, Tex-Mex, theme restaurants, and other speciality places...
Bar/Pub food: Bars/pubs that serve food.
Fine dining: Gourmet food, white tablecloths, and an elegant atmosphere. Impresses your date.
Cafés: Non-alcohol-focused social establishments serving sandwiches, pastries, etc.
Fast food: Kebab places, pizzerias, chains. Cheap food made fast and usually take-away. Last updated on: 2010-03-10 03:05:46
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