The König restaurant had seafood weeks, where two items on the list were excluded from the meal deal: grilled lobster (Grillattu hummeri) and seafood platter (Äyriäisvati).
The other items on the list could be included in the deal, like the one I took "Surf and Turf" (härän sisäfileetä ja hummeria, Rhode Island- ja bearnaisekastiketta). In that portion there was a small piece of lobster on the plate together with the tenderloin... yummy.
My point was actually to explain how the eat.fi deals work - you get the voucher right away and use it immediately if you want. This was new to me. - - In other deal programs, like City Deal you have to wait until next day to get the voucher.
Cognac Boutique Eu wrote:Under the law I can bring to Finland of strong alcohol of 10 liters duty-free.
The rule really is you can bring with you from other EU as much as you want for your personal use or as a gift. The 10 liters is more of a practical limitation at what point the customs officials will want to get a good explanation on what exactly you're planning to with it.