This is the third time I have eaten here. Very enjoyable. The surroundings are very 1930s, classically and positively so. The walls are filled with paintings of the time - probably supplied by impecunious artists who lived up the road at the Artists' House who couldn't otherwise afford to eat out. The staff are very courteous, the food a delight. The blinis were perhaps the best I have had, though the wife was a little peeved at this, and the vorschmack superb. The Finns do Finnish food very well; I just wish they would have fewer pizza and kebab houses messing up the streets. On the other hand, the prices at the real Finnish restaurants mean that most of us would have to daub a painting or two to afford them.
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