Helsinki / FI. (fg) Fazer Finland is opening a new Fazer Café in Kaisaniemi (Kluuvi, Helsinki). Fazer started its café operations 130 years ago, when young Karl Fazer opened a French-Russian café on Kluuvikatu in Helsinki. The new café, opened this week, continues this tradition by offering both traditional and new delicacies to its customers.
The new Kaisaniemi café is the 16th Fazer Café in Finland. The café serves a comprehensive breakfast and lunch and offers an enjoyable café environment for evenings and weekends. The customer can assemble the breakfast from a selection of various small items, or enjoy a lunch consisting of soup, baked potatoes and grilled toasts. The extensive salad buffet offers the customer the possibility to assemble a salad of his or her choice. For the celebrations of the spring, Fazer Café Kaisaniemi offers Fazer cakes, prepared by hand by the confectioners, and a regular day may be brightened by various pastries like the vegan pistachio twist made with Fazer Aito oat drink.
«As the Covid 19 situation is slowly improving, we’re looking firmly into the future. By opening new cafés, we can also offer employment within an industry, which has been heavily affected by the pandemic, and strengthen our presence in new areas. On Thursday, we will also open a renewed Gateau bakery café in Karhupuisto park in Helsinki’s Kallio district,» said Managing Director Miika Kostilainen from Fazer Retail Finland on Tuesday.