Kappeli, 146 years of tradition
The Esplanade Park in Helsinki, where Kappeli restaurant has stood since 1867, is seeped in history. A roomy venue surrounded by green space providing a source of inspiration for various Finnish artists, including composer Jean Sibelius and the poet, Eino Lieno. And in fact the latter even has a table dedicated in his name. In the restaurant itself, you can admire Albert Edelfelt’s depiction of Gambrinus, thought to be the inventor of beer.
And when it comes to food, the emphasis lies firmly on traditional cooking, enhancing ingredients selected with the utmost care. And the same can be said for the Wine and Champagne list, the likes of which will set your tastebuds aquiver. What could be finer than savouring deer fillet and a flute of Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte on the glass verandah overhanging the park.
Eteläesplanadi 1, 00130 Helsinki
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