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Two thumbs down as far as food goes (canned tuna salad, burp), unimaginative sandwiches and blah pasta, but cold beer and a really sweet waitress who deserves a better job in my opinion. Diners up the hill looked happier. I won't be back.
We chose this place as it was less crowded and less expensive than the "Authentic Estonian" restaurant next door. For starters we ordered the pelmeni which were to die for, and for mains we ordered a mushroom risotto and fettuccini. While the mains were definitely...More
The restaurant is in the cellar under Merchant's House Hotel in the center of the old town in Tallin (very good hotel). The cellar is a big dark - but nice. We were a group of 14 persons and they had rather big problems in...More
The old town has so many restaurants, I'm surprised that I even found this one. The management has put no effort to draw customers so initially it looked like a big risk to go in. The restaurant is down stairs in the cellar but the...More
This restaurant is underneath the Merchant's House Hotel and looks inviting. However, our food was dreadful. I had finished what I could manage of my meal before my partner had even had his food. The best desciption of the maincourse I can come up with...More
This is a review of the restaurant, not the hotel. Whilst the young waiting staff were diligent, attentive and helpful they were unfortunately the buffer to poor management and an appalling chef. Our food was an hour in coming and then arrived in dribs and...More