Cafe Köket // POP UP Cafe and restaurant

Köket, which means kitchen in Swedish, was created in 2007 by owner Arla Joensuu. It will launch their bigger restaurant the end of the month of April in Kiseleff's house. Before that, they have decided to create a little “pop-up Köket” in the Tori quarters, next to its new upcoming place (you can literally see the renovating space through the pop up’s glass back door). You can drop by here for lunch, pastries, coffee or tea. The pop-up also offers weekend brunches.

What Inside Out Helsinki loves about Köket is its big diversity of products, at reasonable price. It is very cozy, with an authentic down to earth type of atmosphere, where you feel at home.The decoration is very colorful with lots of details. Most of all it’s important to mention that Köket does the food itself, so most of the things here is homemade from scratch.

=> Good to know : they have free wifi and the place is on 2 floors so there's plenty of space to work on too.

Further information: 

Address: Aleksanterinkatu 28 / Unioninkatu 27, Kiseleffin talo,Torikorttelit, Helsinki, Finland
Phone: 0440 12 77 07
Opening hours:Mon-Fri 11 am - 5 pmSat 10 am - 5 pmSun 11 am - 5 pm
Brunch during the weekends, lunch weekdays from 11 am to 3 pmBrunch is 15€ and lunch during the weekdays 10€


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