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In this article, Eero Vottonen will help readers of thechester.com have more information about Kielo Kirkkokatu 16, 80100 Joensuu, Finland. If you need us to answer any questions, please let us know at troubleshoot options here! The author is a local who is well versed in Joensuu, so he will help you get the most accurate information.

From Kielo

“We create strong flavours that bring back good memories.”

Kielo is a restaurant located at Kirkkokatu 16, 80100 Joensuu, Finland The quality of the service here is excellent. When using the service here, Kielo has received 231 positive customer evaluations.On weekdays, Kielo is open from 16:00pm until 23:00pm It serves a variety of traditional foods as well as some restaurant specialties. For an additional fee, delivery can be provided. Please check the restaurant’s discount code on the www.ravintolakielo.fi on a regular basis.If you are looking for a place to eat with a good experience of food and good service with family and friends, then Kielo is the best choice for you. Come see why our guests keep coming back!

Location information


Kielo delivery near me

Service options: Dine-in · No takeaway · No delivery
Orders: We found the delivery information near here: tableonline.fi
Romano’s Macaroni Grill discount code: We have not received any information please see the menu

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Kielo menu price

Kielo Menu
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231 Google reviews

Kielo reviews

Eva D
When we arrived to the restaurant, we were told to choose any available table, which in my opinion gives a good impression, since you can choose a table that suits you the most.We had both meat and vegetarian option. I asked the waiter to exchange one of the course for non vegetarian one, and it was not a problem. Everything went smoothly. The combination of the tastes was exceptional. The staff was very knowledgeable and we received very friendly and professional service, both in Finnish and English language.Pricing is rather fair. You’re not only paying for the food, but also for service and whole experience.Thank you for creating an elegant and cozy atmosphere! 👌

Cristina Saldana
Really good Finnish food, fresh, tasty, creative… I enjoyed every dish specially the use of rhubarb! The service and place were very nice too

Markus 1401
A fantastic dinner – „Kielo“ is an exclusive place to eat and really worth to spent some Euros more. The pictures show the current Menu.

Terhi Tafari
Food here is amazing. Flavours originate from Finnish nature and pallet. I ordered a vegan menu in advance, and it was sublime! True vegan fine dining. Great service, too.Pictured here are some of my parents’ non-vegan dishes, as well.

Kwok Ng
This place is over rated, under run, and extremely over priced. Two waiters run a place with 10 tables with a 80eur fixed menu per head. There are seven courses and the two waiters are rushing in and out and so not provide a sense of fine dining, rather what you might experience at a Chinese wedding banquet, but without the large round tables.Moreover the steadiness of the staff is not sufficient to qualify this as fine dining as the sauce on the plate of nouvelle cuisine go all the place, spoiling the presentation from the kitchen.There is much for this restaurant to do to be anywhere close to find dining, and the attitude of the staff are welcoming to take your money, but not helpful to explain the food, combinations, or the ambience.More detail review…We were two adults arrived for a 5:30 setting, and there were already half three tables filled. We were told to pick any available table, rather than being shown to one. We ended up sitting at a small table trying to keep our distance from others, but would later regret this. We were given cute envelopes to open and read the menu. There were two menus, one for vegans, one for non vegans. As we both had dietary requirements, which we had informed the waiter earlier, the envelopes were taken off us quickly, and there was no explanation of what we were to expect. Rather, we were asked what kind of drinks we would like.The restaurant has a selection of wines to go with the courses, both alcoholic and non alcoholic. We chose one of each. Then four more wine glasses we placed on the table for each course. On a small table for two, this was a bit cramming, with the cutlery setting, seats and glasses. The venue is dark and there is a mix of old and new styles in a small room during the dark nights in December. There was no heating and the window that we sat by was only single pane, so it was getting colder through the night. The coat rack was an open plan and also stuffed with jackets, and I didn’t wear a jumper or a blazer as there were no dress codes by the restaurant.The food. The tastes were either bland or too much of everything, and not enough consistency of a flavour, texture or taste. This portions were typical of nouvelle cuisine, and on presentation of the food, some brief explanation of the food and drink being served, but it was difficult to hear in the busy evening and the waiters speaking under their face masks. The gluten free bread was a traditional regional potato slice, and it was sliced too thinly and too oily that made it messy to touch and eat. The gluten bread was extremely chewy and went well with the Nordic ramen soup. The butter provided was soft, as one would expect in a place like this and it was from a local farm. The next dish was a small presentation of beetroot tartar with artichoke and hazelnut. We had to asked for it again and without the hazelnut, as the nuts had the skin on it. The wine that went with it was crispy and nice, but the non alcoholic version was a smoked plum juice. This had followed a plain plum juice. As many people will know, plums are great for consumption, and having two types of plum juice to start is a disaster in the making. The next course was egg yolk with lappish mashed potato and fermented buckwheat koji. There really isnt anything special about potato from lapland, there is not much soil there, so, why does the kitchen think it is a good thing? In addition the potatoes were really salty and no flavours could be found from the yolk, not even with the wine or the non alcohol equivalent. Then, the hot course was grilled celeriac, preserves from last summer and a fermented celeriac sauce. The wine with this dish was sweeter than the rest, although the smokey taste in the food was a bit too overboard. The roots of the celeriac were still visible and were not cleaned, easy to be mistaken for some hair. So I asked the waiter about this before I got to eat the food on the plate, and it was taken to the kitchen. Nothing new came back out, so I didn’t get to try this course. Dessert was bland, in granny Smith apple.

Nadine Staub
Extremly tasty food!! Absolutely worth the price.But no „friandise“, what means, nothing sweet to the coffee after the meal, what I experienced as standard in restaurants of this level.

Tobias Edvardsson
Young ambitious chefs that have created a nice place with excellent food. Solid and functional interior well suited to the message of the place. They need to work on their wine list and staffs’ skill when it comes to wine pairing. I will happily go back there again.

Q Where is Kielo

Kielo is located at Kirkkokatu 16, 80100 Joensuu, Finland

Q What is the phone number of Kielo

You can try to dialing this number +358 13 227874 or find more information on their website http://www.ravintolakielo.fi/

Q Where are the coordinates of the Kielo

Latitude: 62.599335 - Longitude: 29.7576579

Q (Translated by Google) How can you buy a gift card from Kielo online or can you get one? (Original) Miten teiltä saa ostettua lahjakortin Kieloon netin kautta vai saako?

(Translated by Google) The villager is. If they usually match at all.

Kylänäin on. Jos vastaavat yleensä ollenkaan.

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