Location
Gate 52 (Show on the map)
Opening hours
Mon-Sun 8–18
Contact information
+358 50 461 8671

Helsinki Sausage Co.
3 ratings

You can enjoy a local producer’s high-quality sausages and nice burgers made of Finnish meat here. A cold beer on the side will crown your meal.

You have probably tasted sausage and bread – but not necessarily this good! When a small butcher’s sausage is partnered with artisan bread, the well-known fast food is raised to a new level.

Our Helsinki Sausage Co. restaurant is uncomplicated. You can have a frosty beer, for example, with the juicy sausages, crispy breads and delicious burgers.

The direct atmosphere is increased by the tiny size of our restaurant as well as the relaxed interiors emphasising rustic wood.

We favour products from small Finnish producers.

Location
Gate 52 (Show on the map)
Opening hours
Mon-Sun 8–18
Contact information
+358 50 461 8671
Hieman mietitytti hygieniataso. Työntekijä käytti samoja hanskoja tehdessään hodarin, käyttäessään maksupäätettä. Jatkoi vielä samoilla hanskoilla useamman asiakkaan.
Aa • 24.4.2017
Nakit näyttivät hyviltä, mutta tuntui hölmöltä maksaa 11 euroa gin tonicista joka käytännössä tarkoitti muovimukissa olevaa giniä ja tölkkiä taskulämmintä tonicia. Jäitä ei saanut edes pyytämällä.
Sami Ståhlstedt • 6.12.2016
erittäin hyvällä paikalla napata pari olutta ennen aasian lentoa:)
Joni • 12.11.2016

Kiitos arvostelustasi!

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