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Does this restaurant have one or more accessible parking spaces? These spaces include a wide access aisle, an accessible route to the building, and identified signage.YesNoUnsure
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Does the restaurant have an accessible-height sink in the bathroom?YesNoUnsure
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Is a bathroom with a bidet for guests with mobility impairments available at this restaurant?YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant offer accessible seating in dining areas for guests with mobility impairments? Accessible seating includes: accessible aisles, wheelchair seating, counter height, and knee space.YesNoUnsure
I had a delicious coffee break at Fazer Café, opposite the Kamp Hotel. Karl Fazer Café was founded in 1891. Fazer is the “Cadbury” of Helsinki. The dessert selection was beautifully prepared with the finest flavors. This was my 1st visit to Fazer, and the...More
We ended up a six hour city walk and shopping tour at the Karl Frazer Cafe.
We had a butter eye pulla and a Geisha chocolate cake, along with a cup of coffee. It was awesome.
We then gathered up a bunch of gifts for...More
Heard a lot of great things about this cafe before visiting - it certainly lived up to the hype. Although there was a long queue (I visited around 6pm) it moved quickly and the staff were very efficient. Toasts, pastries and coffee were all great...More
We had nice salmon soup for lunch with fresh Fazer bread. The cafe is always crowded but this time we got a quiet table at the back. There is also good cakes, buns and chocolate goodies available with coffee. You can also buy products at...More
The cafe has been around for ages but it is still very popular. Their choco - related offers were smooth and nice. They serve cafe foods including breakfast. The location is great. The services were excellent. The price was very reasonable. The foods were ok....More
We called here for coffee and cake. Then we had to go back in the evening for salads. Then we had to go back the next day for take away food before we flew. Salads were the best ever (when you are sick of restaurant...More
I’ve seen this being one of the most popular cafes in Helsinki so I decided to visit it for Sunday breakfast. I had no reservation (didn’t know I needed one) but thankfully I managed to get a table after a short wait of 10’. It...More
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The one on Kluuvikatu 3, which is the city center biggest one, cost 23.9 euro/person for weekend brunch. (July 2018 visit). Brunch included some high quality food like warm dishes( meat balls) , smoked salmon, salad, soup... More
The one on Kluuvikatu 3, which is the city center biggest one, cost 23.9 euro/person for weekend brunch. (July 2018 visit). Brunch included some high quality food like warm dishes( meat balls) , smoked salmon, salad, soup, coffee, cake, fruit, bread, croissant, etc.