We are committed to saving natural resources.We have been granted an EcoCompass certificate. In February we achieved our goal in our work for a better environmental future, we were granted the EcoCompass certificate. But this is not our final goal, this is only the beginning. We are committed to improve our work and continue to... Continue Reading →
Zero-waste – King crab tail
A challenging product that will amaze you. While people have been enjoying the legs of the king crab for ages, all other parts have been cleaned out in the factories and gone straight to the garbage. One edible part that has been thrown away, is the king crab tail. But for wrong reasons, as this... Continue Reading →
Earth Hour King Crab Housessa
Olemme mukana pelastamassa Itämerta ja sen perintöä John Nurmisen Säätiön kanssa! Lauantaina 25.3 klo 20.30 sammutamme ravintolasalin valot tunniksi ilmaston ja ympäristön puolesta ja pääsette nauttimaan illallisesta kynttilävalossa. Lahjoitamme samalla koko päivän jälkiruokamyynnin John Nurmisen säätiölle puhtaamman Itämeren hyväksi. Nyt on oiva mahdollisuus laittaa suut makeaksi hyvällä omatunnolla. Lisäksi järjestämme mahdollisuuden suoralahjoituksiin säätiölle paikan päällä.... Continue Reading →
Earth Hour in King Crab House
Together with the John Nurminen Foundation, we save the Baltic Sea and its cultural heritage! On Saturday 25 March at 20.30 we turn off the lights in the restaurant for one hour, to spread awareness about sustainability and climate change, while you can enjoy an atmospheric candlelight dinner. We will also donate all sales of... Continue Reading →
Secret recipe – our organic house focaccia
We hear it a lot, you just love our house bread! At our house every meal starts with our freshly baked focaccia. It’s perfectly soft and fluffy and sprinkled with fresh rosemary and crunchy flaky sea salt and makes you want more. Every now and then you ask for the recipe, but like most restaurants... Continue Reading →
Our second-best seller after the king crab – The blue mussel
There is no shame in silver. Blue mussels have been the second-best seller throughout the years here in the King Crab House. And no wonder, as you can almost feel the sea breeze and imagine you sit on a sunny terrace by the shoreline when you get the steamy pot in front of you. No... Continue Reading →
What on Earth is a cod tongue?
In fact, the cod tongue is not at all a tongue, it is a piece of flesh, a muscle, cut out from the neck of the cod. It can still sound a bit odd, even gross, but the cod tongue is actually quite delicious. The texture is meaty, somewhat gelatinous, and tastes almost like scallops...
A sought-after favorite – Greenland halibut
The strange-looking Greenland halibut has been a sought-after favorite, ever since it’s been on our menu the first time. Its soft and snowy-white meat is sweet and delicate, with a mild umami and extremely rich in healthy omega-3 fatty acids, while also being a good source of vitamin D, phosphorus, and selenium. It is almost... Continue Reading →
Oysters – Our Health and Eco Heroes
Oysters are one of those things you should try at least once in your life. It has been considered a luxurious and sophisticated delicacy in restaurants for ages, but for some it is just another check off in the bucket list. Luckily, for many, this nutritious eco hero becomes a lifelong treat. But the big question when it comes to oysters, should you chew it or not?
The invasive star in our House
One crab to rule them all. The red king crab has no natural enemies. It brutally moves forward along the coast and leaves nothing on its way. A true viking! Knowing this, you can enjoy its flesh with good conscience. Read more about the invasive star here...