Pub Patrick in Helsinki. Sounds like it could be a watering hole for the Irish. Haven't been there. It just caught my eye when I was walking through the streets of that part of town with my friend Aila, who came back to Finland on her holiday from Paris, France. We were looking for a nice restaurant to have lunch in. We did find one, Ristorante Rodolfo. It advertises itself as the oldest Italian restaurant in Helsinki. Very pleasant, good food, reasonable prices. A bit crammed, not enough space swing a cat, but I suppose that's what restaurants are normally like. Aila told me it's even worse in Parisian restaurants. People are like sardines in a tin.
Ristorante Rodolfo. Just one complaint - or wish. I'd like an Italian staff when I go to an Italian restaurant.