Restaurant Perho lured me and my friend in by advertising reasonably priced blue mussels on a huge sheet on their wall. As we went in it turned out they were serving a buffet lunch, no mussels before afternoon. Well, the head waiter was kind enough to ask if the kitchen could already cook two servings of mussels and, yay, they could. My dish was supposed to be garnished with chili and cononut cream, but the taste was very bland. The serving of fries was really small, I think I counted nine or ten fries. Fries and the mayo were tasty though, obviously not made from industrially prepared, frozen products. Wine was good, too. Deserts were fine and they had surprising combinations on the menu, like popcorn ice cream. Our waitress was lovely, a little bit shy young woman. She followed the etiquette without cutting any corners.
What really lowered Perho's grade was not only the mussels but the quality of advertising. If they only serve certain dishes in the evening their gigantic outdoor poster should say so. Another customer complained that she came in a week ago to have mussels because she had seen the poster. She was told that the restaurant starts serving the dish next week. Again, no dates in the add.
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