Located on the harbor right next to the Fish Market, is Helsinki’s Indoor Market.
As you walk through the doors your nose is bombarded with a dozen different smells all ranging from the fresh pastries sitting out or the fish being filleted.
The market is small and has a cozy feel. You almost feel as if you’ve walked into someone’s pantry as you walk through the narrow walkways in-between the stalls boasting a variety of Finland’s best eats.
A friend of ours from Turku recommended that we try reindeer jerky, so we bought a package. It was very gamey tasting and SPICY, but the flavor overall was good.
The fresh vegetables almost looked too good to eat!
I noticed that in Helsinki’s cafes (as well as the markets) almost all of them carried these enormous meringue pastries, while I haven’t seen any in Turku’s cafes.
2 thoughts on “Helsinki Indoor Market”
I love this place. I wander through every time I go to Helsinki. I need to rent an apartment with a kitchen so I can take advantage of all the goodies.
Looks delicious! I love meringue! I wish they had had those in Turku!