Scandinavian, Vegetarian options
ClosedOpens at 17:00
$$$$ Price range per person 9-60 €
Kalevankatu 13, Helsinki
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Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland

If you happen to be near Amos Anderson Art Museum, you can visit this restaurant. Passio is recommended to Scandinavian cuisine lovers. At this place, pay attention to nicely cooked salmon, tartare and scallops. If hungry, come here for good fruit ice cream, soufflés and strawberry dessert. At this spot, clients can order delicious desert wine, craft beer or white wine. Great chocolate frappe is among the best drinks to try.

Come to this restaurant to celebrate an anniversary, wedding or a birthday party. Many guests find the staff professional. People mention that the service is fabulous here. You may be impressed with reasonable prices at Passio. As a lot of visitors say, the decor is divine. This place is a Michelin selection and it has been awarded 1 black knife-and-fork symbol: according to the inspectors' opinion, this spot keeps quite relaxing atmosphere.

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I went on a business trip to Helsinki and looked for a restaurant with a good rating.The dinner menu was chosen as the course meal. I heard the explanations carefully for each dish, but in conclusion, I only remember desserts, and the main dishes don't taste good for the price.
3 course surprise menu...loved it!
PASSIO was one of the relatively higher end/fine dining restaurants I visited during my trip to Helsinki. The restaurant itself is located in a good, easy to get to area in center city...perhaps just a cool 5-10 min walk from a trolley. The restaurant itself is quite small and seemed rather popular among business travelers (since the prices are on a higher a result of fix prixe menu). Dress business casual at least, so you feel comfortable there. I was ewally in Helsinki as a tourist on the way traveling down south to Eastern Europe/former Soviet Union countries...and didnt quite bring as much nice clothes as I should have..but at least I tried to wear my nicer shirt and non denim jeans pants! Nevertheless, the restaurant didn't make a fuss out of what I wore to eat there. Definitely do make a reservation ahead of time. The restaurant is small and they do try to time the dishes/ course for the table, so you can be sure you arent turned away upon arrival. I actually initially booked myself a 3-course meal. However, being a gluttony and a person who enjoyed eating...I asked if I could change to a 5 course meal upon checking in to a restaurant (judging from other tables around me though...most people went for a 3 course dinner). They had no problem with my request! The meal itself isnt just 3 or 5 course as you expected though as they had some complementary amuse bouche/palate cleanser for you in the dinner course, too. Overall, I found the meal to be good. Thr meal was fresh although I did find the meal itself to be quite large (and some..a little bland..I think I ate all the beef and left half of accompanied veggies untouched). Service was attentive and they took care of a single diner like me well (I think I was the only solo diner there! Everyone else was either on a nice dinner date, business dinner, etc!). The restaurant itself could be as bit hot in the summer (when I ate at the restaurant). I remembered looking at a lady and a gentleman far across from my table closer to the bar and they were sweating/looked a bit uncomfortable. At the end, I think they asked to switch to another table because of the hot temperature. Also, there was just one restroom/WC and I was kind of thankful I wasn't sitting facing the opening of the WC. I honestly felt bad for the guy sitting and dining there as I think he probably saw me going back and forth at least 3 times that evening....because the meal took that long! I think I started my meal around 6:30pm and didnt ger out until close to 10pm. Luckily, the place I stayed was super close by, so it wasn't a problem/too tiring for me to call it a night!
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Kalevankatu 13, Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland
Сredit cards accepted No outdoor seating Booking No delivery Wi-Fi Parking TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 16:00-00:00
MondayMon 17:00-00:00
TuesdayTue 17:00-00:00
WednesdayWed 17:00-00:00
ThursdayThu 17:00-00:00
FridayFri 16:00-00:00
SaturdaySat 16:00-00:00

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