The restaurant was located at the very centre of Tallin's old town square, making it easy to find. Restaurant surroundings were OK, yet I missed the true spirit of some Russian heritage. The russian style apperitif was served with meter-high pouring (cool trick) of vodka in ice-cold shots. That unfortunately also topped the experience that evening. The food was in fact great, served on a hot metalplate for final cooking at the customer - however it wasn't unique or any different that other dishes available just around the corner.
Another good thing was the "live music" which was represented by a classy russian woman on a solo guitar, presenting russian classics like "moscow nights". Very nice.
Overall experience good, yet avarage.
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