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We've eaten there numerous times since this is the kind of chinese I expect (fresh, tasty, flavorful & without gelatinised sauce) when we want to eat chinese. Lots of choice in the menu and they can make it really spicy. My favorite dish there is fried noodles the like of which I havent been able to find elsewhere in Helsinki. They often dont have dim-sum / momo which has been disappointing. This place is also the only I know where you could get an Indian dessert wine!
Best fusion foods I have tasted in Helsinki, all by a chance! Excellent combination of flavors & freshest ingredients.
Smallish place for large group but decent place for a couple.
Brunch contains nice selection of meats, very tasty muesli-yoghurt, fresh tasting juices but rather small selection of veggies. Cured salmon & chorizo slices are perhaps their best offering. Bread buns were dry and seem like from previous days - not fresh at all.
Their cakes & bread loafs on sale are rather delicious and always fresh. Outside of the brunch hours, this is very tastefully decorated and cozy place for a decent coffee & cake.
Loads of german language magazines to read & handmade cards for sale add a nice touch.
Overall a decent expereince considering there are not so many places in Helsinki.
Very simple but warm & filling meal - Cauliflower Au Gratin & Minestroni Soup. Decent portion size but would definitely need to spice the taste at least check salt :-)
Delicious & fresh dishes but different than other finnish style cooking places.
Sapas were available in wide number of choice - not all were great. Main menu is limited but sumptuous selection of fish & meats and thus only 1 veggie dish offer. Desserts were something all together different.
All dishes were very tastefully presented and it was a joy to savor the tastes each had to offer.
The place is not too big but still good enough for our group of 8.
Smallish place (about 20-25 places to sit) but super fresh & tasty food. Plenty to choose from, good selection of veggies and noodle-dishes. Prices range from 9-18e/dish. We had red veg curry with tofu and fried noodles with prawns to eat. Rice could have been better but the curry's freshness made up for it.
Excellent taste (helmikana), small portions & posh price.
Disappointing meze assortment but large meaty portions. We had mixed grill platter that was more than filling. Perhaps not suitable for large groups in general. Bely dancing belle appeared a few times - entertaining. Quirky and interesting decor. Also had decent & cheaper-than-most-restaurant wines. Overall very good, tasty food and not heavy in prices.
Good fresh naan but characterless dishes. Chicken korma & Shahi paneer had exact same gravy - rather UK-food like. Most main dishes include at least naan or rice. Possible to get cobra or kingfisher beer and some selection of wines. Liked the fresh naans & rice but overall not impressed by food.
Paella was full of flavours and aroma - tasteful but the portions were a bit disappointing and it was a bit watery.
We expected real paella treat in the paellera (flat cooking pan) as advertised and as it should be, but they divided into 15 portions. Wine selection is good and the deserts (Tarta chocolate & Flan, 8.8eur each) were delicious. It did take 1-1.5 hours for them to serve our paella portions.
For 15 paellas, they divided the Paella week offer as 10 for 10eur and 5 for 15eur (total 175eur) instead of all 15 for 10eur (total 150 eur).
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