Location
Gate 32 (Show on the map)
Opening hours
Mon, Wed 6-22.30, Tue, Thu-Sun 6.30-22.30
Contact information
Starbucks
+358 207 629 738 (see the calling rates on company's web site)

Starbucks
4 ratings

Starbucks is known for its speciality coffee drinks all around the world. Our baristas prepare fair trade coffee based cappuccinos and soy milk ice lattes in a jiffy.

In addition, we also have teas and cold drinks, stuffed sandwiches, chocolate cookies, and small Starbucks Petites cakes. Enjoy in our relaxed atmosphere or take away.

Enjoy Starbucks Evenings even more. In addition to all of your favorites we have a thoughtful range of craft beers and wines. If you want something small to eat try our seasonal menu items or savory small plates.

Airport cafés and restaurants offers options suitable for various special diets. These products are marked clearly on restaurant menus, café signs, and product labels. Read a useful list of options for special diets at Helsinki Airport.

Helsinki mug as a souvenir

If you still have not bought your Helsinki or Finland souvenirs check out our mug selection. We have big coffee mugs, espresso cups and plastic tumblers. You can also buy coffee and syrups.

Location
Gate 32 (Show on the map)
Opening hours
Mon, Wed 6-22.30, Tue, Thu-Sun 6.30-22.30
Contact information
Starbucks
+358 207 629 738 (see the calling rates on company's web site)
espresso terrible, but nice place
Andrey • 11.5.2016
Not bad at all. Prices are reasonable and the coffee mug was really big.
VT • 23.1.2016
27.5.2015
Iha sairaan hyvä!
Vasily • 23.5.2015

Kiitos arvostelustasi!

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