Restaurant Kammi offers traditional Lappish delicacies and unique atmosphere.
Restaurant Kammi was named after a simple overnight shelter the Sami people traditionally built from mountain birch and peat. You will sense the Kammi atmosphere the moment you cross the threshold. The open fire, the reindeer pelts, the flickering candles – everything combines to create an unforgettable dining experience.
Kammi serves the Reindeer Feast which is a true celebration of Lappish slow cooking. As fitting for a feast, the amount of food will take you by surprise. You will taste reindeer sausages, kota-smoked reindeer roast, sautéed reindeer, pork spareribs, salmon, potato butter, jacked potatoes, and a few more things.
Feast of Reindeer menu based on the same traditional recipes has been served for 20 years. Night after night, yet more satisfied diners step out into the Levi night, very full but always very cheerful. Some say it is the food and the atmosphere, some say it has something to do with the wild mushroom salad. There is a way to know for sure, come and try yourself!