Turku Food Walk – the city’s tastiest bargain
Consider yourself a foodie? Pick up a Food Walk card on your first day in Turku and let your taste buds take the lead.
It’s like catnip for food lovers. For 48 euros, the card gives you ten tantalising dining options, ranging from Svarte Rudolf`s famous herring plate to cake and coffee made by Café Art’s award-winning baristas. You can choose five altogether, so you can tailor the card to your taste (literally).
So, once you narrow down your five favourites, simply visit the first restaurant. Make sure you show the card to the restaurant’s staff, who will then add their date and signature. From this point, your card is valid for three days, so you’ll have 72 hours to make your way to the four remaining restaurants. And then, once you’ve used your card, you’ll get a 15% discount on a meal at any of the Food Walk restaurants.
Here’s a list of the participating restaurants in 2022 and the options you can enjoy with the Food Walk card.
Brahen Kellari: Taste of Turku appetiser
Café Art: Turku’s filtered roast coffee or a special coffee as well as a cake of your choosing
Café Brahe: ½ baguette and a fresh juice
di Trevi: di Trevi’s tapas platter
Grill it! Marina: The house warm chocolate cake
Gustavo: Two Gutstavo’s pintxos of the week
Brewery Restaurant Koulu: Brewery’s sausage plate with a side dish
E. Ekblom: Appetizer à la Janne
Gunnar Eatery & Bar: Gunnar’s tasty treat from the
season’s best ingredients
Svarte Rudolf: Svarte’s famous herring
Where do I buy one?
It’s super easy! You can order one online using the form below, or you can buy the Food Walk card in person from Tourist Information, which you’ll find in the Monitori Market Square. If you order online, the card will be posted to you, but if you’d prefer to pick it up from Tourist Information, be sure to let us know as soon as possible by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anything else I need to know?
We know that the Food Walk card is like all your Christmases come at once, but just to be clear: it doesn’t include drinks, and it can’t be used on public holidays. It’s also a good idea to book ahead; we don’t want you to be disappointed!
Where can I find out more?
Tourist Information, of course! They’re more than happy to answer any questions you may have and point you in the right direction.
Text Kathleen Cusack. Photos Food Walk-restaurants.
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