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Announcement of restaurant arrangements in T-building

At the end of August, a new serving line will be installed in the restaurant in T-building in response to the capacity problems of the restaurant.

In addition, the restaurant will have more seats and the restaurant area will be expanded as much as possible considering any spatial limitations.

This situation is temporary and we are also investigating other solutions to improve the situation during peak hours together with the university and Pohjois-Tapiola upper secondary school. Currently, upper secondary school students use the restaurant in T-building in several steps between 10:45 am and 12 noon.

We apologise for any inconvenience. We will announce more information in September. Please send all feedback and development ideas to [email protected].

Kind regards, Aalto CRE

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