To put your name to a table for Wednesday, use the Dinner reservation link for Wednesday here.
To put your name to a table for Thursday, use the Dinner reservation link for Thursday here.
If you are looking for a tasty meal, made with love using the freshest local ingredients, then come and say hello. Our chefs will make sure you leave happy while our amazing staff will make sure you never want to leave!
Italian delicacies in the heart of Töölö district. The owners love food and different food cultures.
When hungry as the devil or as thirsty as hell. Finnish and international classics, pizza and more.
Restaurant Kuu, or “the Moon” in English, was founded in 1966 with an eye above the clouds. Since the beginning, the atmosphere has been described as reminiscent of a continental bistro. Many of our neighbourhood clientele are second generation regulars and we look forward to welcoming the third generation to Kuu as well.
Middle Eastern, Persian, vegetarian-friendly
Allas Sea Pool is a garden-like oasis in the heart of Helsinki with a large pool area and magnificent saunas. Good food in the middle of Helsinki, next to the Market square.
Hampton Bay is a fresh, delicious food restaurant on the seaside. The restaurant has good food, drinks and a large outdoor terrace. The whole experience is brought together through good food and a unique atmosphere.
Restaurant Tokyo55’s Chefs from Japan will ensure that the menu consists of genuine Japanese flavours, however, appropriately adapted to Finnish taste. The diner serves creative fusion cuisine in a stylish setting.
The ever-lively Juttutupa is one of the oldest restaurants in Helsinki. Its roots stretch back all the way to the year 1884. Juttutupa, familiarly known as Juttis, is open every day and everyone is always welcome. Juttis’ bierkeller like warm atmosphere is a little bohemian, mixed with traditional but always a relaxed, hassle-free ambience.
Wellbeing Ideas for You
These ideas are to give you some ideas and inspiration if you wish to explore some sporting activities outside of the Conference schedule. We are not in a position to offer hosts or guides for these, but hope they can be self-organised by Conference attendees.
A nice central run around Helsinki can be found here
Variations on the length of the run can easily be made, e.g. once round Töölönlahti is about 2km with challenging hill on the eastern side. For the longer loop at around 1.5km checkpoint is the statue of the “Flying Finn”, Paavo Nurmi — winner of nine Olympic gold running medals between 1920-28.
Finnair has three running route suggestions here.
The City of Helsinki maintains good swimming facilities. The outdoor heated pool close to the Olympic Stadium is open weekdays Mon-Sat 6.30 – 20.00 and costs €4,50. More info here
Other swim options including beaches here
The stunning downtown Sea Allas Pool would be a fun experience of pool swim and sauna, though the cost is €14. More info here.