Like its other fish-named sister joints, Leijuva Lahna (roughly Flying Fish) specializes in a large variety of beers. It ... More
Like its other fish-named sister joints, Leijuva Lahna (roughly Flying Fish) specializes in a large variety of beers. It serves about 40-50 different kinds, mainly in bottles. Belgium, the Czech Republic and Germany are the best represented, with a few examples from Britain, France, Spain, and (naturally) Finland. This small beer cafe that seats 25, attracts occasional passers-by or regulars who come in for a coffee or beer. There are tables to sit down at and read a newspaper, or seats by the window from where you can follow what goes on on the pedestrian street. In the daytime, the clientele consists of people of all ages; in the evenings and weekends the place is often full, mainly of people in their 30s-40s.
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