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Café and restaurant

You are free to bring your own snacks to Pentala island, enjoy the delicacies served by Cafe Lillstugan in the museum area, or have lunch in the Paven archipelago restaurant.

Lilla Villan

If you have brought your own snacks, you can enjoy it at Lilla Villan, which is open during the museum’s opening hours, or in the great outdoors as long as you leave nothing behind. Its front yard is equipped with tables and benches and an microwave oven available. Please put rubbish in the bin and clean the breakroom when you leave, so that other visitors can also enjoy a clean space.
Drinking water is available from the tap on the wall outside the toilet building. As Pentala Island is connected to the water system of the City of Espoo, the water is clean tap water. Lilla Villan is accessible by a ramp. 

The toilets and a toilet for the disabled in addition to a child care room in the museum area, are open during the museum’s opening hours. There are no other public toilets on the island.

Please think about the environment and bring as little rubbish to the island as possible. The nature trail is not equipped with rubbish bins.

Café and restaurant services

Archipelago restaurant Paven

Owned by the Esbo Segelförening yacht club, Paven is a summer restaurant and a dining venue. It serves buffet lunch and á la carte delicacies throughout the summer season. The restaurant also organizes private events.

Read more: Restaurant Paven.(extrernal link)
Daily opening hours are available on Paven’s Facebook page.(extrernal link)

Café Lillstugan

This café serves small snacks in the archipelago style, such as small sweet and savoury pastries inspired by Gurli’s recipes, ice cream and other tasty snacks. 
The café is open during the museum’s opening hours and run by the Paven archipelago restaurant. (extrernal link)