Thursday, April 12, 2012

Soup kitchen

If you think there are no intimate restaurants in Finland, you haven't visited Soppakeittiö, Soup kitchen at Hakaniemi market hall: people (also Finns, not just Japanese tourists) are sharing tables with strangers!

They usually have three soups per day on the menu.

They bake their own bread, and they serve delicious herb oil for dipping the bread.

Boullabaisse (behind) is their classic, and on the menu almost every day. Portions are of good size, delicious and decent price, too. Locals, tourists, hipsters, hobos, IT specialists, politicians, young people, retired - all sitting next to each other, maybe even sharing the table and bread bowl with each other.

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