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Raiku serves hearty home food from a buffet. Also good vegetarian options available. Coffee is included into the price, as it should be in a lunch restaurant in Finland.
A simple decor, but big, beautiful windows to the outside. Bustling and happy atmosphere, friendly service....More
So tired of all sterile decorated restaurants and was happy to visit this nice and low-profile lunch restaurant. Also very happy to discover some really good home cooking.
They served 3 main courses and a sallad buffet but offered that you could take from all...More
I've been there only once but the place definitely deserves a good recommendation. There are usually 3 different kind of dishes to choose from as a buffet style; soup, non-vegetarian and a vegetarian option. The price for the buffet is pretty standard, but definitely better...More
The place looks a bit old fashioned and simple but they cook very tasty lunch in "home made" style. You can pick your lunch from a "swedish table" i.e. you can eat whatever you find appetizing from the table (usually two main courses and the...More
Raiku is really good lunch restaurant in Hakaniemi. I have always visited on fridays, so have had meatballs each time (their regular food on Friday). Buffet price also includes salad buffet, soup and bread selection. On latest visit they had really nice onion soup.
The best homemade Finnish style lunch in town!! They use only good ingredients, which is quite rare in this price range. Service is sometimes a bit cold, and interior is a slightly rustic, but these things are part of the x-factor of this restaurant. Don´t...More
Around Kallio there are several places to eat lunch but this one has homemade food. Price for pureed leek and potato soup, chicken tortillas and salad buffee was just 10€ (including coffee/te). It was good and filling. Place has no music (thank good) and is...More