Welcome to Seurasaaren Kruunu

Restaurant Seurasaaren Kruunu operates in a building designed by architect Frithiof Mieritz in 1890. The restaurant`s imperial hall and cabinets are mostly in their original, authentic condition.

The restaurant, cafe and cabinets combined hold approximately 450 customers including terraces. The covered terrace, which seats over 200 customers, features a view of the sea in the back of Seurasaari. Domesticity, the sea and pure ingredients are an important part of our offerings and our food is made from start to finish in our kitchen. Our food looks and tastes like it is handmade. Our cafe products vary according to the season and time of year.


Menus feature flavors inspired by Seurasaari's sea, traditions and current food trends. The meals are made from clean, fresh ingredients and domestic products such as wild herbs.



Seurasaaren Kruunu´s history

On the Meilahti estate´s previous pasture land, high on a rocky hill in 1890, rose a decorative restaurant building built out of logs. The ancient Scandinavian style building was designed by the architect of Seurasaari, Frithiof Mieritz. The building was the island´s most expensive build, increased by such extensive embankment work and the construction of handsome stone steps. The building was the first of its kind in Seurasaari and it has history dating back to the times before Seurasaari open-air museum. A decked terrace was built later, which hid some the original look. Despite a few renovations, the restaurant´s party hall and second floor cabinets are in original condition.

The old dining hall´s second floor features maxims displayed on the walls in both Finnish and Swedish. The restaurant´s old half and the second floor´s cabinets offer historic and unique settings for parties, meetings as well as representations.