We ordered baltic herring and trout starters, beef tenderloin and duck mains, and I had the goats cheese and pear cake dessert. We had Estonian fruit wines to drink. We also had 3 month old baby in a pram. We visited at 4.30pm on a monday in February. We turned up without booking, we were lucky - I saw people arrive at 5.30 and be turned away. Diners were a mixture of locals and tourists. Staff all spoke English well.
The food is exactly what I wanted; good quality Estonian menu (Russian, Nordic, German influences), friendly polite staff and extremely good value. The prices are low, even by Estonian standards.
The goats cheese and pear cake was excellent and the beef cooked perfectly.
Very happy customer. Service charge was not included either, that is left to the discretion of the diner.