The private rooms on Salutorget’s second floor enjoy a wonderfully central location in Helsinki’s historic heart, on the corner of Pohjoisesplanadi and Sofiankatu.
These cosy spaces also form part of the former Art Deco bank building, designed by architects Valter Jung & Emil Fabritius as an addition to the Brofelt building in 1912–1914.
The facilities comprise four separate and unique spaces that offer views of either the Baltic Sea or the cobbled Sofiankatu, one of the oldest and most charming streets in Helsinki. The rooms are all accessed via a stylish hall that also makes it possible for all of them to be used for a single event.
The second floor rooms are available for hire from early morning until late at night, right up until the restaurant’s closing time, and are ideally suited for a variety of events from more formal business functions to intimate private gatherings. Our traditional Afternoon Tea, served in the privacy of your own private room is an experience your guests will never forget. We can also organise tasting events, family gatherings or even a WI meeting!
Our facilities are naturally well suited to meetings, too. Video projectors, screens and flip charts can be made available in all our rooms if required, and all rooms have wi-fi internet access.
Brofelt, max. 12 guests
The Brofelt is adjoined by Kudrakoff, a smaller space with a sofa suite
Jung, max. 8 guests
Fabritius, max. 10 guests
These facilities are located on the second floor of the building and are accessed by a flight of stairs. Unfortunately, they may be unsuitable for people with limited mobility.