Affordable breakfast places
Even the earliest birds can get a yummy crumb or two to eat in Tampere! In Tammela district, close to Tammela market square, a versatile breakfast is served at Café Aamurusko. The morning paper and the café’s comfy couch are a good combination to start the day with.
Amidst the bustle of the main street (Hämeenkatu 26), Pub Simon offers breakfast including coffee/tea, egg, toast, pickled cucumber, juice and fruit every morning between 9 am and 12 pm.
If you like to taste the local life, you should head towards the cafés at the Market Hall (Kauppahalli) for breakfast. While enjoying your brekkie – maybe some oatmeal – you get a glimpse of the local atmosphere, in the corridors of the 120-year-old indoor market. If you want a deluxe breakfast, try Restaurant 4 vuodenaikaa!
The Linkosuo cafés, namely Buffet & Café in Näsilinnankatu and the legendary Siilinkari Café in the main street Hämeenkatu, offer an abundant buffet breakfast. The newly renovated Siilinkari Café has been in the same place since 1960 and it has been an important meeting place for the locals for generations.
Aitoleipä Café in the heart of Tampere serves breakfast between 8 am and 11 am on weekdays. A generous breakfast includes many delicacies such as Karelian pies, bacon, granolas and alternating porridges.
Restaurant Puisto, situated in Koskipuisto, serves you comforting organic porridge, freshly baked bread, fruit etc. to make your day a happy one. The very special breakfast dish at Puisto are the waffles that you can make yourself – yummy!
In Aleksis Kiven katu, a jugend-style building hosts Kaffila, a café known for its breakfast. Their main speciality is a wide range of quality coffees and teas.
If you happen to be a history enthusiast, we can warmly recommend the breakfast in the café Amurin Helmi, where you can continue to attached Amuri Museum of Workers’ Housing during the summer months.
Located in the city centre, in Tuomiokirkonkatu, Cafe Pyymäen Oma serves a delicious breakfast buffet for all of those looking to escape the bustle of the city for a little while. Pyymäen Oma breakfast takes seasons and local products into account in their selection.
One of the best views in Hämeenkatu is the people enjoying their coffee at the tables of Pella’s Café. This European-style meeting place at the heart of the city offers breakfast during the week and they also offer vegan breakfast!
Restaurant Dabbal offers delicious breakfast including omelettes with multiple fillings, fresh bread, fish, refreshing salads as well as smoothies. The specialty of Dabbal is their own dish inspired by Finnish blood sausage.
Bistro-Café Hygge offers easy-going and healthy food that makes you feel good. They serve delicious breakfast and lunch prepared by professional nutritionist as well as meal and snack packages with takeaway possibilities.