Cafes in Helsinki (c) by AntwerpenR
Anyone traveling through Helsinki should make sure to sample the local cuisine. Quaint cafes are a common sight along Helsinki’s streets. These eateries provide an affordable place to find a delicious snack or light meal. As an added bonus, many cafes are in a wireless Internet hotspot.
Robert’s Coffee Citykäytävä is a small chain of cafes that serves exceptional coffee. Robert’s is open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m-8 pm. and on Saturdays from 9 a.m-6 p.m. Customers can use the communal Internet terminals or take advantage of complimentary wireless Internet access.
Stockmann’s allows customers free access to their stand-up computers with a purchase. Coffee, cold beverages and ice cream are all served at Stockmann’s Net Kiosk. This Internet cafe is open seven days a week.
People traveling with a laptop can visit the Kiasma Cafe for free wireless access. The Kiasma Cafe is inside of Helsinki’s Museum of Modern Art. Kiasma Caf e prides itself on using fresh, local ingredients whenever possible. Their lunch menu focuses on delicious low-calorie meals that draw their inspiration from cuisines around the world.
Cafe Engel is one of Helsinki’s best-loved eateries. The menu features a different fish each day, along with large salads, pasta and modern Finnish cuisine. Patrons can use the restaurants wireless Internet access for free while enjoying their food.
Another Internet cafe that is blended with a coffee shop is Helsinki’s Mbar. During the evening hours, the country’s oldest Internet cafe transforms into a bar, complete with a skilled DJ. Live music is featured often, drawing crowds from around the city. Guests who visit mbar during the summer will enjoy sitting on the spacious outdoor patio.
Roberts Coffee Citykäytävä