Olo is a restaurant in Helsinki, Finland, founded by Pekka Terävä, Petri Lukkarinen and Timo Sailama in 2006. It is located on Pohjoisesplanadi 5 in central Helsinki. Olo was awarded one Michelin star in 2011.
The idea of a modern Asian restaurant in Helsinki was born when Tomi Björck and Matti Wikberg, the founders of Gaijin, worked together at Chez Dominique. Serving modern Southeast Asian food, Farang opened its doors in 2009. Before opening Farang, Tomi and Matti already had an idea for another restaurant that would offer modern Asian food in the heart of the city, but from another part of Asia. Trips to China, Korea and Japan as well as to Sydney, the mecca of modern Asian cuisine, and New York have influenced Gaijin’s menu. Gaijin offers authentic north Asian flavors in a modern way.
Sea Horse is a restaurant in Helsinki, Finland, founded in 1934. Since its founding, it has paid attention to the traditional Finnish restaurant culture with both its interior and its menu. It is colloquially called Sikala.
Along the years there Tandoori, Tikka and Masala dishes become one of the most popular dishes among our visitors. In addition to this a quick and joyful service and your taste sensation will be guaranteed! During the evenings the romantic atmosphere appeals customers to spend an idyllic evening in candle light. Interior decoration has been given lots of thoughts; whole wood furniture and impressive Indian decorations create a real authentic mood. Many groups come especially to enjoy this unique atmosphere and excellent Indian food. In summer times it´s worth dropping in their summer terrace for a glass of Indian beer – and the imaginative trip to India is just about to begin!
They are expert in Sea Food, Try their delicious Prawn Korma, Garlic Prawn, Fish Butter Masala, Fish Jalfrezi and many more .
Set in a building dating from 1887, this luxury hotel is a 5-minute walk from shopping in the Market Square, a 6-minute walk from the Ateneum art museum and 2 km from Temppeliaukio Church. Sophisticated rooms with marble bathrooms offer flat-screen TVs, minibars and Wi-Fi (fee). Romantic suites with antique touches add tubs and separate living rooms; upgraded quarters add kitchens, dining rooms and offices. Room service is available 24/7.
In the center of Budapest, this palatial, landmark hotel is a 5 minute walk from a metro station, an 8-minute walk from Andrássy Avenue and 2.1 km from the Chain Bridge.
In a former power plant built in 1908, this stylish luxury hotel is an 11-minute walk from the Ateneum art museum, 2 km from Temppeliaukio Church and 5 km from the Helsinki Zoo. Chic rooms with art deco bathrooms offer free Wi-FI, flat-screen TVs and minibars. Plush, upgraded rooms add sitting areas and Nespresso machines, while sophisticated suites have dining tables and bathtubs.
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