Restaurant Krapihovi in Tuusula both cherishes and creates new Finnish culinary tradition in an idyllic villa setting. The pearl grey and green main building was built in 1883 as the Krapi estate main building and as summer residence for the Councillor of State Sourander.
The seasonal cycle and fresh Finnish ingredients from field, water and forest form the basis of the Krapihovi kitchen. Krapi has its own curehouse, a butchery and a bakery on premises. Everything on the plate is made with care in the Krapi kitchen. Krapihovi dining room is set with seasonal Finnish delicacies; a delicious culinary story of Finland. The three settings of breakfast, lunch and dinner are the focal point of Krapi culinary world.
Krapihovi has Green Key & Sustainable Travel Finland Certificates.