The stunningly beautiful Salutorget in the heart of historic Helsinki offers a perfect- setting for a wonderful dining or afternoon tea experience.
Situated in a former bank building, Salutorget comprises a dining room known for its elegant atmosphere and a cozy outdoor terrace with views of Helsinki’s bustling seafront market.
"Salutorget used to be the City of Helsinki's treasury office. The sturdy pillars, marble floor, wooden service desks, and the large and beautiful lead glass artwork "Rahapuu" on the back wall remind us of the old bank hall. When the summer sun shines through it, it is clear that there is no better place in Helsinki to enjoy oysters in a beautiful setting."
Salutorget offers refined elegance with a range of exquisite experiences, from historical afternoon tea to evening tasting menus paired with carefully selected wines
Originally commissioned by merchant Petter Brofelt in the 1820s,
the building has a rich history that includes being the former home of luxury goods shops and influential figures such as Zacharias Topelius. Throughout the years, the building has been lovingly restored by several architects, including Theodor Höjer in 1895 and Valter Jung & Emil Fabritius in 1912-1914. Today, the Brofelt House stands as a symbol of timeless elegance, showcasing the beauty of its past with a modern touch.
With its relaxed and intimate atmosphere, it is the ideal setting for any occasion, whether it is a romantic meal for two, a dinner with friends, or a lively celebration you have in mind.Menu
Our cuisine is characterized by the use of fresh local produce, quality meat from our farm, and a unique cooking style.Menu