On our Finland-journey in May, we had our last dinner at the Savoy - as a consolation or to recover a little from the unseasonably chilly spring temperatures - the daily grey and rain and, also, to our surprise, a lack of both stylish bars or good eateries. We had the oval table, at the center of the restaurant with, not only, sweeping views of Helsinki but, also, providing a great sense of the space with its beautiful lamps and lighting and all the Aalto details. But, in a way, we had had enough "architecture" on this trip and we were pleasantly surprised when the chef came up to our table and suggested a special menu for us, wines included. And then, the feast began ... Because all the courses (5?) were great (... I do not recall all in detail 'though), ... because we exchanged stories or chatted one to one, ... implicitly aware of the aesthetic quality of the space, the light and very late sunset and, mostly, aware of the friendship and intimacy shared.
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