Local Finnish food in the old barn

Mustikkakukko ja savustetut muikut

Opening hours:

Restaurant is closed for the summer 2023. See you in 2024!

Restaurant Niinipuu in Puumala serves local Finnish food. The restaurant is built in a stone barn in the grounds of Okkola. You are most welcome to visit us, taste  our delicacies, grab a cold drink or treat yourself with rye-crusted blueberry pie! Depending on the season and the catch, the restaurant may serve whitebait caught the previous night in Lake Saimaa or chanterelles picked from Niinisaari. Our speciality is plank-roasted rainbow trout from Puumala.

Please see information for group bookings here.

Sunday buffet

Every Sunday we have a big brunch on our restaurant! Minimum 4 different kinds of salad, three fish dishes and three different kinds of bread baked on the spot. Main course is meat. Different non-alcholic drinks are also included. Dessert, coffee and tea. Our foods are gluten free and lactose free by default. We are also happy to serve people with other special diets, please let us know if you have any other allergies or special diets beforehand so we can prepare accordingly. We do not charge extra for allergies or special diets.

Price is 34 €/person. 4-12 year olds half price. Children under 4 years old free of charge. We strongly recommend booking a table in advance.

Restaurant opening hours

Restaurant is closed for the summer 2023. See you in 2024!


Ylössaarentie 35, Niinisaari
Puumala 52200
Tel: +358 500 259 378

Breaks in service by the Hätinvirta cable ferry:


Excluding the above mentioned breaks, the ferry operates 24/7 and is free of charge.

Arriving with a boat?
You can berth boats of all sizes at our pier! Work up a hunger and thirst on the short walk (150 meters) to the restaurant. Please note that staying overnight at the pier is not allowed. Nearest place to stay overnight is in Liehtalanniemi.

Table bookings

+358 500 259 378
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Please note that if you would like to reserve a table to the Sunday buffet, the reservation has to start at midday.