Kaerajaan is a modern version of local traditions – it is named after a local traditional dance and its interior design elements and food are influenced by Estonian cultural heritage. The old chairs that we selected have been upholstered to offer comfort; copper decorations that resemble old traditional reed compositions and gigantic lights with mittens hang from the ceiling.
Traditional Estonian food. (Beets included:0) The duck breast in beet sauce was to die for!! A bit of a splurge, but worth every cent.
Excellent food and lovely atmosphere. We had the chicken and beef burger. Thoroughly recommend and not too expensive.
According to the guidebooks the locals rate the food here but there's no doubting it aims to get some custom from the tourists in the old square. However they do that really well. It's easy to book...
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