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Grandma's Place, part of von Krahl's family and known for its superb Estonian cuisine, is without doubt among one of the best restaurants in the city. We offer traditional Estonian national dishes in cosy atmosphere. Bon appétit!
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Dinner, Late Night
European, Eastern European, Central European, Scandinavian
Elk & deer stew was to die for. Oven roasted pumpkin was slightly too tough, 2 mins longer in the oven would have been better, but still great taste with the barley. Desserts also great, and nice cosy atmosphere.
I nipped in for a quick lunch meal and had the pea soup to start with. This was followed by the chicken breast in parsley sauce. Both dishes were delicious and plentiful - I am a big eater and would easily have been satisfied without...More
Out of the four restaurants in this group, we chose this one as it seemed to offer the most traditional food. The setting was beautiful and service good. As I'm vegetarian, I asked if I could have the snack plate for starter but without the...More
What a fabulous find! This small restaurant is located in a cellar and decorated with vintage items creating a cosy, homely atmosphere. The staff were lovely, and the food was delicious and well priced. I would highly recommend eating here.
A friend and I had lunch here and it didn't disappoint. The ham and pea soup was fantastic as was the offerings and priced very reasonably. I much prefer this place in terms of authenticity than the number one restaurant in Tallinn. Felt off the...More
The staff is super friendly. Rich in atmosphere is peaceful and nice. Portions are hearty. We took meat casserole. Maybe meat should have been simmered a little bit longer, it were still better. My husband didn't like garlic in the casserole.
We just kind of ended up at this place as we were advised to look for a lunch place in this street, but I doubt we could have made a better choice if we'd planned it in advance.
The service was friendly, the food was...More
Having visited Grandma's kitchens sister restaurant Aed several times, we were keen to give Grandmas a go. First impressions were positive, cosy decor and I like a round table. It was very quiet apart from a fairly large party of Russians. So far so good....More
The cafe was quite empty that's why we decide to stay here. It was very hard to make choice due to quite short menu with not clear description. The food was quite good (at least tomoato soup), but the service was quite poor. We spent...More