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Exeptional opening hours in December

-Tue 6.12 14.00 -01.00 (kitchen 14.00-23.00)

-Sat 24.12 and Sun 25.12 closed

-Mon 26.12 16.00 -01.00 (kitchen 16.00-23.00)

-Sat 31.12 16.00-04.00 (kitchen 16.00-24.00)

-Sun 1.1.2017 14.00-01.00 (kitchen 14.00-23.00)

MILIEU

kupuThe story of Kolme Kruunua (‘three crowns’) began in 1952, when restaurateur Irja Örn (1910-1992) together with her husband decided to renovate their café and bar Liisan Baari and turn it into a restaurant. Many still feel that the restaurant serves the very best meatballs, “Pyttipannu” (‘hash’) and fried Baltic herrings in the city.

The well-preserved interior of Kolme Kruunua was designed by artist Emil Ruokolainen (1895-1968), who was a renowned decorative painter in his time. His artwork can be found, for instance, in several Finnish schools and churches. In the restaurant, his craftsmanship can especially be seen in the beautifully polished mirror hanging on the back wall.

The glass paintings decorating the windows of Kolme Kruunua were designed and painted by artist Fritz Hilbert (1898-1981), who later became the artistic director of the S. Wuorio decorative painting company.

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