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A real classic, it has been there a long time. Very relaxed place where people go to have a beer or two. You can also order some pretty simple food.
What is nice about the place is that as a difference to than many other...More
Good selection of beers and nice pizzas. Word of warning on the pizzas, they offer oregano and garlic on them as a garnish which is nice, but the garlic they add is in huge quantities so either skip it or ask for a small amount...More
We went to this Pub, on our trip to Helsinki, for dinner. We had Pizza which was nice and a soft drink. Given how expensive things are in Helsinki the cost of the meal was not to excessive. Pub inside was similar to a 1970s...More
We went here twice on our trip. Once for drinks and another for dinner. Moderately priced food and drinks (Helsinki is rather expensive anyway). Many beers on tap and bottle; it was fun to try a new beer. Seemed to be a local hangout as...More
Attracted to this establishment by the Fullers Sign outside..
I could not resist the attraction of the beer.
Unfortunatly they had no "London Pride" so substituted it with
"ESB" . The atmosphere inside was good, and the "locals" friendly.
This was a friendly establishment...
My husband and I met up with our Finnish friends at St. Urho's Pub. This was after World Con 75 Helsinki. We basically took over the pub. The staff was very accommodating.
The ordering is at the bar. The selection of beers was impressive. They...More
We couldn't resist the name of this pub and it was a good pick- quiet but friendly atmosphere & good food (in generous portions- the pizzas are huge!) I had a very lovely G&T and there was a good selection of beers too.
We had had a walk around Helsinki and were ready for a drink. Unfortunately The Pullman on Helsinki station was shut. However hadn't we passed a pub serving Fuller's the day before? There we went to the strangely named St. Urho's. There was a range...More
The quiet hum of contented conversation, no background music, and a wide selection of beers make this a perfect place to have a couple of quiet beers. The pizzas are really good too which is an added bonus. If I lived in Helsinki, this would...More