Welcome to enjoy refreshing moments in a historical environment while having our delicious meals in cozy rooms or the terrace. We have 60 seats inside and the garden terrace fits approximately 100 people.
In Linnakrouvi you can feel the athmosphere of the opera and enjoy delicacies all summer!
Reserve a table by emailing us email@example.com or give us a call +358 29 309 3991.
August opening hours
the kitchen closes 21:30
From week 32 (8.8.) onwards
the kitchen closes 21:30
We are open on Thursday 25.8. also!
Inquiries tel. 029 309 3991
Linnakatu 7, Savonlinna
Summer 2022 menu is now published.
From now on we use the list of the day to the end of the Summer! Changes are possible.
A delicious intro to set the mood
Velvety mushroom soup 14€ vg, g, m
Green salad 12€ vg, g, m
A sweet symphony of authentic aromas
Krouvi’s salad with nuts and chickpeas 21€ vg,g,m
Pike perch with summer vegetables 36€ l,g
Lamb shank with Krouvi’s potatoes 32€ l, g
A fantastic finish to top it all off
Sorbet 12€ vg, g
Cheesecake 12€ l
Something tasty for the little ones
Leaf steak with french fries 15€
Welcome to enjoy fresh local craft beer and other refreshing drinks. Garden terrace with most beautiful view to Olavinlinna castle and to lake.
Lounge has a craft beer shop. Buy cold local beers on the go!
Lounge is open as restaurant and terrace are.
TEE TIEDUSTELU PÖYTÄVARAUKSELLE
Voit tehdä tiedustelun pöytävaraukselle alla olevalla lomakkeella. Toivomme saman päivän varaukset puhelimitse numeroon 029 309 3991.
Heinäkuussa vapaita pöytiä vielä näinä päivinä:
27.7., 28.7., 29.7., ja 30.7.
GET TO KNOW US
The history of Linnakrouvi
Linnakrouvi’s historical yellow building in Linnankatu 7 was built before 1870 for a Russian construction foreman Bogotsky. Later in the 19th century Savonlinna’s first male teacher, Aleksander Ramstedt, moved in. He was also the founder of Savonlinna’s choir and part of the city government.
After this a Swedish teacher, Pekka Jyrkänkoski, lived in the building with Joel Lehtonen who wrote a book about his life at the school and in Linnankatu 7. The book was banned in the school because of his writings about his school friends and teachers.
Adam Malm, a teacher and Olavinlinna Castle’s janitor and guide, lived in the building with his family before photographer Sihvonen bought the house from them in 1927. Sihvonen built a small kiosk to the building where he sold sodas, ice cream, sweets and photography equipment. Many old Savonlinna pictures are taken by Sihvonen. His daughter Kerttu Kupiainen has written a book “Kaupunki saarilla” where she tells about her childhood in Linnankatu. The family sold the house to merchant Lehtola in 1953. Current owners bought the building in the 1980s.