New restaurant at Söderlångvik Manor: Amos Krog


Söderlångvik Manor will have a new restaurateur when this year’s summer season starts. 

The Turku-based company Voiveljet will take over the restaurant, and the restaurant manager will be Charlotta Ervasti. Voiveljet is a very familiar player in the Turku restaurant scene – Amos Krog will be the company’s eighth restaurant.

Voiveljet’s CEO Janne Juvonen is enthusiastic:

  • This is an absolutely fantastic place and for me personally it feels like coming home again, my roots are on Kimitoön.

Amos Krog offers its guests a summer menu based on locally produced ingredients. Lunch guests are offered either a buffet table or dishes from an à la carte list. Söderlångvik Manor’s own products will also be on the menu.     

  • Amos Krog is meant for everyone: we have a menu suitable for both long-distance guests and local visitors, for families with children, and for groups. We offer large and small dishes, and for those who wish, it is also possible to order only coffee or tea with snacks. 

The opening hours at Amos Krog primarily follow those of Söderlångvik Museum, which means that the restaurant is open daily from 11-17 with the exception of the Midsummer weekend.

During the high season, 24 June to 11 August, the restaurant extends its opening hours on Fridays and Saturdays, closing at 20:00.

On request, it is also possible to organise evening events with table service, or larger receptions and other unique parties in the beautiful surroundings; weddings, graduation parties and anniversaries.  

Söderlångvik Manor’s CEO Annika Jansson is beaming:

– In the discussions we have had with Voiveljet, it has become quite clear that we have exactly the same goals for the restaurant. It should be the best possible quality, locally produced and affordable for all our customer groups. This feels absolutely right!

Stefan Björkman, chairman of the board of Söderlångvik Manor, agrees.

– The investment in tourism on the estate is a large and long-term project for us, and the food is a central building block in the whole. Föreningen Konstsamfundet, who owns the manor estate, has had both the restaurant hall and the kitchen renovated, and a further upgrade will be carried out before the start of the season this year. Amos Krog will be a gem for visitors to the manor.

Söderlångvik Manor’s summer season starts on 2 May 2024, and on that day both the museum and Amos Krog open, as well as the manor’s apple farm direct sales and ice cream parlor Glassgaraget, which, as the name suggests, is set up in Amos Anderson’s garage.

Photo: Janne Juvonen and Annika Jansson have just signed the contract.