Visited a casual fine dine restaurant in the city of Pori (West Coast of finland). The city was founded by a Swedish Duke of finland in 1558, named Johann. He was the son of King Gustavus Vasa of Sweden. The Raati Huone kellari Restaurant, translated the City council cellar, is located in the same building as the city hall. Nice location at the end of a city park lane, a tall white building with architecture that dates back to the previous centuries. The restaurant has arched stone structure of the ceiling, and a cool atmosphere during the summer weather when i dined there with some friends. It definitely has a fine dine atmosphere and the food was presented nicely. For starters we ordered a regional tasting plate of various types of fish, and two salads, one with a salt cured white fish. The main course choice was two grilled salmon with duchess potatoes and one whole white fish filet with vegetables. The first two courses were nicely presented, and the waitress was polite and friendly. It was a Tuesday evening, and there were only three other tables booked at the time we were there, so we had no problem of getting served on time. The only thing that we had to ask after the food was served was the salad dressing, the salad came without any dressing, after mentioning it we received a citron vinaigrette for the green salad. The objective of our visit that evening was for my overseas visiting friends to try some white fish, and that was met completely. We skipped the dessert that evening.
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