Image by Tim Bird Lonely Planet
Founded in 1891 and fronted by a striking art-deco facade, this cavernous cafe is the flagship for Fazer's chocolate empire. The glass cupola reflects sound, so locals say it’s a bad place to gossip. It's ideal, however, for buying dazzling confectionery, fresh bread, salmon or shrimp sandwiches, or digging into towering sundaes or spectacular cakes. Gluten-free dishes are available.
The soup-and-bread buffet (€10.40) is an excellent deal.