3.5 based on 69 reviews
Very nice, sincere, quick and attentive staff made the dinner a pleasent experience.
Food represents very well the concept with mexican and american foods mixed in straightforward Menu, easy to approach, relaxed atmosphere, no fine dining.
Quality and offering represents well the price level. Hamburgers and fajitas are always a good choice. Kids are welcomed with drawing materials.
Amarillo branded restaurants are nice to visit as you mostly know that quality is fine and menu has something for everyone.
3.5 based on 76 reviews
Really nice place on a good location with good selection of what to eat. Nice surprise that buffet salad and tea/coffee was included. Food was really good and stuff friendly.
4 based on 55 reviews
Wanha Fiskari on mukava lounaspaikka ja tunnelmallinen illallisravintola Kotkassa. Erikoisuutena on tuore, paikallinen merikala ja luomutuotteet. Ryhmaruokailut yhteistyossa asiakkaan tarpeiden mukaan. Mukautuvat kokoustilat ja merihenkinen saunaosasto. Tervetuloa!
Wanha Fiskari is so conservative, that coming from hipsterian Helsinki we felt like stepping into a David Lynch fantasy. Inside the darkish panelled and embroidered interior is a very cozy old school restaurant. Serious about tried and tested delicious food and professional service. Our lunch was smoothly sound-tracked by a bearded pianist who could casually mingle while his fingers jammed with evergreens. We enjoyed the small but well prepared fish buffet for starters and enjoyed delicious pike-perch in a gentle citrus-sauce for the main dish.
A little natural light would not hurt, but otherwise Wanha Fiskari is so wrongly old fashioned that it feels just right.
4 based on 53 reviews
While not many places stay open in Kotka after 9 or 10pm, Erkan might lure you in with its open door, Terrace and bright lights. The food's not bad, the prices are tolerable but you're not left with total satisfaction. It's understandable that working in a kebab place might not be one's dream job, but still it would be nice to receive even a hint of a smile or a kind word at the till. Trying to enjoy your food or just to exchange a few words with your friends might turn out to be a Mission impossible as music is blaring out of the stereo. Shame the dishes weren't served with ear plugs... Most of the customers seemed to be in their 30's or 40's so that doesn't explain the volume.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
We are situated on a famous local beauty spot, where the river meets the sea, only 3 kilometres from the interesting city of Kotka. Inside the old, impressive walls, lies a modern, 120 seats restaurant with fine cuisine. During the summer months there is a landing stage for our customers who prefer to travel by boat and a welcoming 100 seats Terrace with sea view where our clients may sample exquisite food, sip cool wine and marvel at the breathtaking sunset and surrounding scenery. Come and visit us and enjoy this vision too.
The location is great with breathtakingly fabulous views over the waters. The old factory building turned to comfortable restaurant is also beautiful and interesting in itself.
The service was friendly (but nobody spoke English...) and the food was fine, but at the best just average. A little pricy when you think what you get for your money.
I would go there again just to sit in the sunny Terrace enjoying the view.
3.5 based on 62 reviews
I'd arrived at the Sokos Hotel from Helsinki and after the journey was feeling peckish. I'm always wary of eating in hotel restaurants, but Fransmanni has a good reputation in itself, so decided to try it out. I am glad I did.
The waitress was very quick and efficient. I asked for something light and she suggested the chicken casserole. I am glad she did! It was so good. It was chicken pieces and vegetables in a sort of flavousome broth with pieces of blue cheese in it. The accompaniment was a baked potato with a cream cheese filling. I followed the suggestion of the waitress for the wine too and it went perfectly with the meal.
It was just the right sized portion to fill myself up but leave enough space for dinner. Prices were standard for a restaurant of this type in Finland.
The premises were busy which is a testament to the good food on offer. If I were longer in Kotka, I'd certainly come back for an evening meal but I am trying a couple of other places out. Perhaps next year.
4 based on 18 reviews
The cakes we had here were yummy but the salmon and mushroom soup portions were a bit small. The steeped tea was tasty and complimentary with the soup so we were encouraged to get the cake slices. The funny thing about this place is it's glass box in a glass box in a glass box layout.
4.5 based on 95 reviews
Vausti is located in Kotka Concert House that is the heart of Kotka’s cultural life: home of Kymi Sinfonietta Symphony Orchestra and venue for versatile shows and Concerts. Restaurant Vausti serves traditional local dishes with interesting tastes brought from foreign countries as well.Our menu is composed with great consideration to serve all our guests. We think the best ingredients are produced close. Whenever it is possible we use food from Finland and rather from Kymi area. Our beverage list offers traditional and surprising options from the very beginning to the great final.
If you are looking for a good lunch menu and want to enjoy a nice atmosphere, this is the place to go in Kotka center.
Monday to Friday two diches per day with a vegeterian dish as second joice. You can take also salad from a salad bar and coffee. Water is served for free.
4.5 based on 74 reviews
Six tables inside an old water tower designed by architect Jussi Paatela and built during 1912 - 1918. In the original plan also a bizarre restaurant was considered (drafted?), but not realized. <br><br>Venetian chef Claudio Piccolo recreated the concept adapting micro spaces, transforming and making them functional as an exclusive restaurant that opened the doors to friends of Italian artisan cuisine in 2011!<br><br>The Venetian cuisine is offered in more than 300 different annual preparations that are faithful to old traditions with an innovative touch from time to time, but always true to good and healthy, authentic Mediterranean cuisine!<br><br>The actors in the dishes come from the sea and they are more than 40 in number. They compete for space in the menu that changes every three weeks and gives the guests of the restaurant an unique culinary experience to remember.<br><br>The guests are taken care to make them feel like at home. Their individual wishes are considered when recommending the dishes from the current menu. <br><br>No compromises or ready industrial food are accepted by the chef who has chosen a cooking spoon to be the logo of the restaurant – and not a can opener which has its place on the wall as a warning example! <br><br>This is la Majacca – a small corner of Venice in Finland!<br><br>The booking is recommended two days in advance!
This was not just a dinner, but really a dining experience. A short trip to Venice! As the only guests in this tiny restaurant we felt priviledged and received top notch service and an excellent 7 course meal with rich, deep and complex flavors. The main course with a white fish and My best recommendation is to forget about the normal 2-3 courses dinner idea and let the Chef surprise you and treat you in Italian way with several small, excuisite dishes. You will not get disappointed.
For the three of us, with quite moderate wine consumption, the bill ended in 218 EUR for the full meal with a variation of Antipasto followed by Primo, Secondo, Formaggi and Dolce. Highlights were the Secondo with a beautiful and delicious dish with white fish, and the Dolce with a rhubarb sorbet seved with red currant stew and ginger jam. Simply ymmu!!! You might say it's a rather high price level in Kotka but in our mind definitely worth every cent. We will absolutely come back and will warmly recommend the restaurant to our friends as well. Table reservation is necessary, I'm not sure they can even handle drop-in.
4 based on 26 reviews
I knew that loads of places in Kotka would be closed on a Sunday, but it hadn't occurred to me that the many of the ones that remained open would finish at 9pm. I turned up here at ten to nine and the pleasant waiter told me that although they were meant to be closing very shortly, that they would serve me. In view of that, I ordered very quickly.
My onion bhajees were good and I very much like the somewhat spicy raitha they had on the side. The chicken Masala was perfect as were the accompanying condiments (another different raitha and a hotter sauce).
The white wine was good. The waiter was very friendly as well as efficient.
I liked this place and would go back next time I am in Kotka. The bill was 34 Euros, very reasonable seeing as I had had the wine too.
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