Restaurant Keisarinsatama operates in the premises of a former brewery, in a scenic location in the Kymijoki estuary, where the sea and river merge. The name of the restaurant dates back to the end of the 19th century, when the Russian Emperor Alexander III spent time at the Langinkoski Imperial Fishing Lodge. Keisarinsatama, meaning Imperial Harbour, offers unpretentious food made with domestic ingredients, spiced up with a pinch of Italian flavour. On weekdays, the restaurant offers a tasty lunch and otherwise offers a delicious à la carte menu. In summer, you can enjoy the sea views from the courtyard terrace of the 100-year-old building.
Go to Keisarinsatama‘s website to see the menu, prices and the opening hours.