My wife and I tried this Italian eatery close to the train station on our last night in Helsinki. The view from the second floor dining room was brilliant. The room was rather small but bustling.
I thought it was going to be a good meal when our starter- the Capri salad with tomatoes and mozzarella cheese came out and it was good. But the rest of it was rather disappointing. I ordered a shrimp pasta dish and it did not look fresh or appealing at all. In fact it looked like leftover from the day before. The portion was also modest for 16 euros. My wife and I shared a margarita pizza for 11 euros. The size was generous but the taste and presentation were distinctly average especially compared to the pizzas from Naples or Rome.
We found the service good. And warm bread (which was excellent) was available as much as you wish. The prices were cheap for expensive Helsinki and for the location. Not the best Italian food in the world, but try it if you are super eager to have Italian food and counting your euros.
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