Viking Restaurant Harald


Member Rating 2 out of 5 by StaneStane on August 28, 2005

Unless you like restaurants decorated with fake cave drawings, wooden shields, and stuffed animals, avoid this place. It's a tourist trap 100%. It's advertised everywhere and situated in the middle of the main street, so it's pretty hard not to notice. It's supposed to serve "Viking" food, whatever that means. Sure enough, there are a lot of things, like pheasant and reindeer meat, but since when did Vikings eat such little meals? The beer selection is also very limited. Service was terribly slow one time we were there, even though the restaurant was mostly empty. A good point is that there are not many places where you can fit 20 people at one table, but prices were way too big for the fun we had.
Viking Restaurant Harald
Hämeenkatu 23
Tampere, Finland
+358 3 213 8380

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