Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Finnish tapas = Sapas

In search of a new restaurant, Yvette and I came across Ravintola juuri, Korkeavuorenkatu 27. Here is's entry for Juuri. One of the specialties that makes Juuri unique are the Finnish tapas or sapas, small Finnish appetizers whose "roots lie in hand-made cooking and Finnish food traditions."

We liked the "smoked Finnish original cow with gooseberry jam" and "fresh sausages and vodka mustard".

Very unique place. I highly recommend it.


At 6:24 AM, Blogger Cordelia said...

Hello, Dave--- This comment is not about tapas or sapas; just wanted to say that I've been enjoying your blog very much. I came across this site on typical Parisian gestures (, and wonder if anyone has thought of a Finnish/Helsinki version.

At 11:29 AM, Blogger David Schultz said...

Well, Finns? What are your typical gestures? Perhaps a blank expression on your face?



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