This is a small cellar restaurant of the Antonius Hotel. Menu is not extensive but food is good (we had duck foie gras (great on dark bread and salad with some truffle oil) and grilled scallops (sauce a bit too sweet for me) for starters, white lake fish (good simple local stuff) and a rabbit leg for mains. Nothing to complain about. The service was friendly (in an Estonian way) but when it came to wines, outsandingly unhelpful. The wine list was acceptable, thou. Positive: good food, nice location, decent wine list, friendly waitresses. Negative: cellar, inexperienced staff, expensive. Probably currently the most restaurant-looking (and expensive) of the Tartu eateries. Would not hesitate to return.
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