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Pihlaja - Fazer's oldest candy (Pihlaja is rowan in Finnish, and this candy is rowanberry jelly. The fox is there because the Aisopos' fable "The Fox And The Grapes" has been translated "The Fox And The Rowanberries"... funnily though, because rowanberries ARE tart :-D

Pihlaja - Fazer's oldest candy (Pihlaja is rowan in Finnish, and this candy is rowanberry jelly. The fox is there because the Aisopos' fable "The Fox And The Grapes" has been translated "The Fox And The Rowanberries"... funnily though, because rowanberries ARE tart :-D

Karjalanpiirakka munavoilla...  Karelian pie. Rye crust stuffed with rice porridge and  ruffled according tradition. Taken straight from oven, served with mixture of boiled eggs, butter and a pinch of salt.  Heaven

Karjalanpiirakka munavoilla... Karelian pie. Rye crust stuffed with rice porridge and ruffled according tradition. Taken straight from oven, served with mixture of boiled eggs, butter and a pinch of salt. Heaven

Cafe Birgitta in Helsinki, Finland / by Talli Architecture and Design (photo by Tuomas Uusiheimo)

Cafe Birgitta / Talli Architecture and Design

Cafe Birgitta in Helsinki, Finland / by Talli Architecture and Design (photo by Tuomas Uusiheimo)

View to Esplanadi, Helsinki

View to Esplanadi, Helsinki

poronkäristys. // sautéed reindeer.

Poronkäristys

poronkäristys. // sautéed reindeer.

Sea side Café Ursula in Helsinki

Sea side Café Ursula in Helsinki

Kallio, Helsinki

Kallio, Helsinki

BEST! Karl Fazer Café in Helsinki

BEST! Karl Fazer Café in Helsinki

Hesburger, Finland, Baltics, Russia, and Germany  Hesburger is Finland's largest food chain, with 240 locations. The chain also has 80 locations in the Baltic countries, four in Russia, and three in Germany. The menu contains typical fast-food fare: burgers, fries, salads, ice cream, and milkshakes.

15 International Fast-Food Chains

Hesburger, Finland, Baltics, Russia, and Germany Hesburger is Finland's largest food chain, with 240 locations. The chain also has 80 locations in the Baltic countries, four in Russia, and three in Germany. The menu contains typical fast-food fare: burgers, fries, salads, ice cream, and milkshakes.

Traditional Finnish coffee house, Helsinki

Traditional Finnish coffee house, Helsinki

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