Paasitorni’s city block, located in the beautiful and easy-going district of Siltasaari, is full of delicious opportunities. Five genuinely different restaurants in the heart of Helsinki provide wonderful settings and first-rate catering for both private and corporate functions, celebrations, events and meetings.
Our unique restaurants form one of the biggest restaurant clusters in Finland and serve you in both everyday needs and special occasions.- Joonas Keskinen, managing director, Graniittiravintolat Oy
Paasiravintola is the heart of Paasitorni, where you can enjoy high-class conference catering in stylish and atmospheric surroundings. The restaurant seats up to 238 guests and features two cabinets, which are also ideal for private lunches and high-quality events and banquets. The premises – reminiscent of the glamour of a bygone era and restored to the original 1920s’ style – provide a wonderful backdrop for events both large and small, from fun theme parties to more low-key dinners.
Paasin Kellari is a restaurant providing buffet meals for groups and for the most imaginative celebrations and events, inspiringly decorated in the spirit of the 1950s with a modern twist. In the morning, Paasin Kellari serves as the breakfast venue of Hotel Scandic Paasi. The restaurant also serves catering for meetings held at Paasitorni. Featuring a nostalgic circus atmosphere, Paasin Kellari is a delight and an experience.
This eye-catching venue on Eläintarhanlahti, Restaurant Meripaviljonki, serves customers throughout the year. Known for its seafood, Meripaviljonki serves both lunch and dinner. The beautiful restaurant also offers spectacular panoramic views and a fantastic setting for celebrations and corporate events. Meripaviljonki can also be reached by boat, directly via the restaurant’s own pier.
Seek out the charcoal grill of Graniittilinna for the city’s best steaks and seasonal vegetables. The atmospheric dining hall with its brick arches and arched windows provides an elegant, yet warm-spirited environment for get-togethers of all kinds – from business lunches to theatre dinners. Graniittilinna also houses four cosy function rooms for more private events and meetings.
The down-to-earth Juttutupa is one of Helsinki’s oldest restaurants. Its warm, beer hall-like atmosphere is both bohemian and traditional, tinged with an air of relaxed and unhurried activity. Friendliness, sympathy, live music and unpretentious food are Juttutupa at its most typical. Juttutupa is open every day and welcomes all customers.