While all the other places I wrote about here were nice or OK, this one is a terrible one, it looks to me more like jail food or so, the coffee was *** and I was surprise to seee few customers here, maybe because it was a bit cheaper then others, but still not worth a penny, so better avoid this place.
There are plenty of restaurants and cafe's by the beach area. Well, not exactly at the beach, but by the sea where all the boats are. This Kaivohuone is one of the largest one with a large terrace in the summer.
Café Amandis is an idyllic wooden coffeehouse near the Naantali marina and church, a few hundred meters from the old town.
The café has a couple of rooms with tables and a large patio facing the marina. The pastry selection is typical Finnish, with buns and some cakes. All normal special coffees are available. They have also right the sell alcohol on the premises.
There are also some rooms for rent during summer time.
Alexander III loved very much Naantali . Emperor quite often dropped in in restaurant " Sea hall " which has settled down in the oldest street of city.
Great place, REALLY! There r 4 halls in the restoran. And every one on sea stily. Nice personnel, and tasty food.
Favorite Dish: The best dosert, witch i tested in Finland..it was in Naantali in "Sea Hall", Sorry, dont remember name, but its the famost one. U can see it on pic.
This Merisali is another place by the sea, this one has also large terrace and offer typical Finnish food as well as just a basic coffee items.
This is another of the few cafe's and restaurants here by the sea. Large terrace, drinks and some typical Finnish food available here.
Cafe Antonios is a small cafe in the old city not far from the sea. It was actually near the Design Shop I am recommending here.