I've never understood why Finnish cafés serving breakfast open only at 9am even on a weekend.. Well, a little wait just gave us more appetite! The place had a mouthwatering scent of freshly baked goods as we arrived and it was obvious to go for the croissants! Shame there was only raspberry jam, would have been nice to choose orange for example. Rolls were filled on order, cafe au lait and tea brewed fresh and everything was brought to the table. Cakes on the case were tempting, so we had to go for them. The caramel-apple-pie served with vanilla sauce was to die for!! Good music on the background, lovely old arm chairs and loads of poetry available for read (runo = poem ). Old building with paint peeling off, pieces of art & handicrafts for sale, loads of people coming in and all on good mood. Shame the brunch isn't available on Saturdays.
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