This newish fine dining restaurant has very good food, as should be expected from the reputation of the chef. Very positive thing is selection of non-alcoholic drinks, some of which were very good. The place is small and nice, during cold winter days the table by the window may get a bit cold. The service was very good and knowledgable. The only minus comes from that the fact that some of the service was only in English. It should not be a big problem for anyone reading this, as it wasn't for us, but in general is not very good for a Finnish restaurant. Some of the incredients were very interesting (like rooster skin or sorrel[sorbet]) but were made to taske really good,. The only reason I did not rate the restauraunt as "Excellent" is that even though the food was very good, the largest menu at the time we visited the place offered only couple of "this is really really really good" experiences.
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