I am usually rather sceptical to going for an Indian in a country where Indian cuisine is almost unheard of - normally because of the lack of knowledge and availability of ingredients. However you don't need to worry here - I have been coming here since 2002. After having climbed an unusually high metal spiral staircase up to the restaurant you are greeted by friendly staff in one of two restaurant areas (do reserve on Friday or Saturday nights or in high season). There is a wide range of items on the menu including crocodile! The heat indicators on the menu are correct so don't go hotter because you think they are sparing tourists - they aren't. Everything I've ever had on the menu tastes brilliant and their naan bread is delicious. Would recommend the chicken balti. Decently priced and certainly in line with the cheaper end of good quality Tallinn restaurants.
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