ラヴィントラ・クーはフィンランドの伝統料理とモダンをアレンジで楽しめるレストラン。ちょっとレトロな店内にもご注目。ランチはメインコース1皿19€、2皿24€、2皿＋デザート28€。KIASMA（ヘルシンキ現代美術館）から徒歩約10分。 Ravintola Kuu - Töölönkatu 27 - 00260 Helsinki - Finish Cuisine - ★★★★☆
Aleksandrikook aka Alexander cake. Its history goes back to 1814 or 1818, depending on your sources, when Alexander I of Russia, the reigning czar, visited Helsinki, and was served this concoction on his birthday. Two layers of shorcrust pastry, sandwiched with thick raspberry (or other) jam, and topped with simple icing.
Photo is Karelian stew or in Finnish "Karjalanpaisti". It is a is a traditional meat stew and originates from the region of Karelia (now split between Finland and Russia).
Leipäjuusto - cheese of special kind... only in Finland, served with cloudberry preserve.
Makkara-vihannesvuoka | K-Ruoka
Nordic cuisine is innovative, simplistic and rustic, but Finnish food comes with a twist: an interesting combination of East and West. Helsinki is a great place for foodies, and the capital has no less than six Michelin stars that has been awarded to four restaurants (Chez Dominique, Demo, Carma and Postres). Here’s an introduction to the best Finnish food I had in Helsinki, Finland.
Baltic herring in mustard sauce
Helsinki, FINLAND: Restaurant Olo, Michelin star rated restaurant, one of the best in Helsinki at the moment
Alexander cake (Aleksandrikook) -- its history goes back to 1814 or 1818, depending on your sources, when Alexander I of Russia, the reigning czar, visited Helsinki, and was served this concoction on his birthday.