Maximum number of diners: 2
No, that’s not a sea shack. This wooden yellow cabin is actually the world’s smallest restaurant by size, according to Guinness World Records. The 86-square-foot space has enough room for one table, a small kitchen, a bathroom and a terrace.
Kuappi, which translates to “the closet,” serves traditional Finnish fare like snails, salmon soup and “hunter’s bread,” fried and topped with a savory mushroom sauce. Because the restaurant is so small, the food is actually cooked over at the neighboring Olutmestari eatery.
Despite the Lilliputian furnishings, the quirky Kuappi actually still has a full bar. However, it’s comically stocked with minibar-sized bottles of booze.