The world’s only Michelin starred restaurant serving Finnish food will take over The Halkin from 21st March for two weeks, offering guests a unique and exciting dining experience in COMO’s flagship property.
The exclusive menu, created by Finnish chef, Tommi Tuominen, the only chef in Finland to manage two Michelin-star restaurants, will feature a range of traditional Nordic dishes, made with locally sourced and seasonal ingredients, ranging from Karelian Pie to Glassblower’s Salmon and Blood Pancakes.
Open for dinner from Tuesday to Saturday the pop-up will have a lively and stylish atmosphere, using elements of Nordic design and décor from Saas Instruments, Iittala and Lasismi, to bring a taste of Finland to London.
Finnjävel offers diners a unique restaurant experience, diving into Finnish culture with its food. Located in the heart of Helsinki, the restaurant – which was awarded a Michelin star in 2021 – combines fine dining with traditional Finnish cuisine. Founded by Michelin-starred Tommi Tuominen and his partners in Finnjävel, Timo Linnamäki, Henri Alén and Samuil Angelov.
Finnjävel, meaning ‘’Finnish Devil’ pays homage to the true masters of the Finnish cuisine, creating dishes inspired by locals who cherish, develop and keep alive the Finnish culinary tradition by cooking, baking, hunting and foraging.
Reservations can be made by contacting the hotel directly, via the hotel website, via the QR code down below or through online reservation platform, The Fork.
Six-Course Tasting Menu £130, Gin Masterclass and Michelin Starred Canapés £45
5 Halkin St, Belgravia, London SW1X 7DJ
During the two-week exclusive pop-up, the award-winning Helsinki Distilling Company will be running two gin masterclasses alongside the restaurant pop-up which will provide an in-depth look at the history, distillation process, and unique flavours of Finnish gin. The classes will take place on Saturday 18th and 25th of March from 2:30pm to 4:00pm