We loved the arched stone cellar and general ambiance. The complimentary rye bread with butter was delicious. The pea soup was fabulous as was the schnitzel and sausages. Wanted to get the apple strudel but was too full!
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Down in cellar a very athmospheric restaurant in Bavarian style - even staff is wearing Bavarian style clothes. good menu selection (Bavarian and international cuisine) servid huge portions (hard to eat everything and challenging to "make plate empty")
We visited this place on a cold sleetySaturday afternoon, there were about 3 tables occupied. There were two young waitresses behind the counter and you`ve had to be born on the other side to get their attention. After waiting for quiet a few minutes, one...More
I enjoyed this place. There is a working fireplace for atmosphere, but it has the feeling of a German restaurant. I ate the homemade sausages. I liked them so much, I ordered them again. Service could be a bit more professional. After bring food to...More
This place was super quirky and the food was delicious! It was a welcome surprise because previously I've been really disappointed with hotel restaurants, but this place was charming and had a personality of its own. Set in the basement of Hotel St Barbara, it...More
Warm and cozy place almost in the heart of Freedom Square. Great food, low prices for the center of Old Town. Quality service. Big room with a fireplace. Good choice menu and Germanic dishes.
I stayed at the hotel, so two of the meals were breakfasts, but I also had dinner there one night - the pork - and it was very good.
We went to Tallinn in November 2016 and went for dinner in this restaurant every night due to exceptional service of the waitress Diina Sutt , very good food and comfortable atmosphere. The design of the restaurant and uniform of the staff very unique. We...More