This is OK if you're looking for traditional Estonian food at a fair price. It's great for people watching. We were there during a big Arts Festival so we had "dinner and a show" for just the dinner price. The waiters and waitresses are in medieval garb and "hawk" tourists out front which caused us to have skepticism, but it was our first night and we were starving and it was close to our apartment, so we tried them. The food was quickly served, fairly priced and fair in portion given the price. I had some kind of traditional Estonian sausage which was a tad dry. I'm not sure if that's how they are supposed to be, so I let that go not knowing if I was in any position to wage a complaint. My husband ordered a lamb shank which was really abundant as a matter of fact and very tasty.
They might not need the hawkers, if they lost the 16th century garb to lure people in. That was what initially put us off at first. It's worth a go if you need to eat and haven't done any research before hand, but don't settle if you have the time to find "the real" Estonian food in Old Town.
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