Painted Ceilings in a Finnish Pancake Restaurant
February 13, 2014 § 2 Comments
Yesterday’s hotel ceiling post reminded me that I’ve never mentioned the pancake restaurant we like to visit in Finland.
The restaurant is in an old, small timber storage house from either the 1700s or the 1800s. That means that the spaces are constrained and a little weird, and there’s a lot of exposed wood. They have intricate mosaics on their walls and ceilings. Painting murals in the little nooks and crannies is a great idea for such a choppy space, I think. Unfortunately, I don’t seem to have any non-fuzzy pictures from the downstairs, but here is one from the upstairs:
We just looove both their sweet and savory pancakes! This winter we had a warm pancake filled with smoked reindeer and bacon followed by a chocolate-pear pancake as dessert. Splitting the two between us filled the tummy quite nicely.
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