Kappeli’s strong attraction rests in its long-held traditions. The milieu and views offered by Kappeli's dining hall provide a unique setting for delicious lunches and suppers. As a result of the renovations, the restaurant’s traditions successfully meet the modern-day requirements. Eino Leino’s own table – where Finland’s renowned poet once liked to sit – still has its place of honour. It’s been fixed up a few times over the years, but the atmosphere at the table remains the same.
Esplanade Park in all its beauty, the spaciousness of the glass veranda, the building’s distinguished stature and Kappeli’s up-to-date kitchen combine to serve today’s customers. There’s atmosphere and style for couples in the 'Chapel dining hall' – and it’s the perfect setting for larger groups as well.
The idea behind our menu is to serve traditional cuisine prepared from the finest raw ingredients. New tastes are on offer – without forgetting the grand classics. The wine list now has more organic wines. Red and white organic varieties from Spain have been selected as Kappeli’s special house wines. The menu also boasts more organic cuisine – for instance, organic beef from the Åland Islands. Haugesund herring and archipelago bread are good examples of the importance of origin in lending a wonderful taste to foods. View our menu
Kappeli’s famous Theme Weeks continue: our Blini, Bread, Asparagus and Harvest Festival Weeks, as well as our Christmas Luncheon Buffet. Also – in cooperation with Ateneum – our popular Art Menu selection will continue. Have a closer look on our UP AND COMING page.