We'd walked through the center of the town - we even sat down at one of the sidewalk cafes (kohviks) and left, uninspired by the pricey menu - and headed toward the Karlova district... this place was tucked off Kalevi with a low-key sign in a woodframe house.
This place is lovely. It's in an arts centre, and feels literary and bohemian; we sat on cushioned benches in front of the large front window. We each had two drinks, a starter, and a main, and left, full and happy, for 38 EUR. I had a lamb and goat cheese starter that was, surprisingly, very rare (and cold) - delicious, with the consistency and tenderness of sushi. My companion had warm vegan borscht, which was divine. Our mains were fun and creative. You're already off the beaten path by being in Tartu - head here for top notch food in a great atmosphere at a good price.
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