We decided to give this place a try having heard good things about it, and by and large we weren't disappointed.
We opted for mains, leaving room for dessert. I had the duck breast with butternut pumpkin purée, which was very flavourful but a little chewy in parts. My husband had the steak salad, about which he said exactly the same thing - that it was tasty but the meat a little tough. (But then 99 times out of 100 beef *is* tough in Estonia, which is why I never order it.) We then tried two of the house cakes for afters, one honey cake and one banana cake, both of which were nice. We only drank juice and the homemade lemonade - which had a pleasant taste similar to plum jam - so the total bill came to under €40. A complimentary appetiser is brought to the table after you've ordered of 7Ürti's house bread with their own chicken pâté, which is very nice.
The place itself is cosy and slightly quirky, with a warm and eclectic atmosphere. It's not particularly large, which wasn't an issue when we were there, but if the place was full I can imagine it would get a bit sardines-in-a-tin, what with some of the tables being so close together. Service from our jolly waiter was friendly and attentive, if a little over-rehearsed at times. Still a cut above ordinary service though.
We ate here at 3.00 pm on a Saturday without a booking and they were able to squeeze us in, but every table was booked from 5.00 pm onwards - so if you want to make sure you can eat here you're probably best-off making a booking.
Overall we enjoyed our visit, although we did both feel there was a little bit of room for improvement.
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