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Dipoli’s restaurants will be opened in phases in August and September

A versatile restaurant world also open in Dipoli. Restaurant and café services include:
  • student and staff restaurant Reima, which serves subsidised student lunches
  • Metso, which has an á la carte menu - open September 11
  • Bistro Tenhola - open September 4
  • Café Reima - opened August 29
  • Café Carre.

Student and staff restaurant Reima and Café Carre are already open. Dipoli’s other restaurants will open in phases throughout September.

Restaurants are operated by Fazer who also caters meetings and events at Dipoli. To order these services please contact Fazer by email at [email protected].

The opening hours for the restaurants will be as follows.

Restaurant Already open in August Monday - Thursday Friday Saturday

Student and staff restaurant Reima, 2nd floor

10.30‒13.30

10.30‒19

10.30‒17

11‒15

Reima Café, 2nd floor, opened August 29

9.00 - 15

7.45‒19

7.45‒17

9.30‒15

Bistro Tenhola, 1st floor, open September 4

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16‒22

16‒22

11‒15

Café Carre, 1st floor

8.30‒13.30

7.45‒20

7.45‒20

Where necessary

Metso, á la carte restaurant, 2nd floor, open September 11

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11‒22

11‒22

11‒22

Conference and function services 1st and 2nd floor

 According to reservations

According to reservations

According to reservations

According to reservations

See also Dipoli restaurants (Fazer)

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