NOA Chef's Hall has very good (Michelin-level) food and a high level of service.
Some amazing stuff is happening in their kitchen, but unfortunately some things were below our expectations.
The menu published on the internet had pigeon as the main meat course, but after seating, we were handed a menu with pigeon swapped for lamb and one dish completely missing (Dim Sum Nordic). This is Estonia - everything happens online here. The menu on the website should be kept updated.
The sommelier was not able to split one wine pairing between two persons, citing some internal policy that they have.
This does not compare well to other high-class restaurants we have visited across Europe (for example, every Michelin-starred restaurant was able to do this upon request). We were able to work something out eventually, but the situation was awkward to begin with. We would rate the wines as 4/5.
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