We had a lovely meal at this restaurant a few nights ago. Our main waiter (a mustachio-ed young chap) was very attentive and knowledgeable. When I asked him which oysters he would recommend, he was able to give me a very good run down of which oysters would suit our tastes and which were best in season. He also explained to us the history and ethos of the restaurant, which is to source quality products (such as beer and wine) that aren’t readily available in the Baltics. The oysters, that we ordered for a starter, and the mussels, that we ordered for our main, were delicious. Would highly recommend this restaurant for its food and staff. I’d recommend booking as it seemed pretty busy when we were there (on Wednesday evening), and I’d also suggest asking for a table in the front part of the restaurant, which had more ambience than the back room, which was more brightly lit.
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