You can find a salmon special in pretty much any restaurant in Helsinki (and spicy), but none will be as good as it is in Savoy. It's a magical place designed by the genius architects Aino and Alvar Aalto. Hidden in the Esplandi Street, on a rooftop, you'll discover it like a geode. This marvel of minimalist interior (organic, functionalist, modern and ultimately unclassifiable) from the early 20th century (1937). Today it's the symbiosis between a restaurant and a museum, it retains the original furniture and designs. It also has one of the few original Savoy blown glass vases, which was designed by the same architects.