This small and cosy café is run by the family Koržets who are passionate about fish. Catfish or Baltic sprats, caviar or pike perch, sturgeon or whitefish – first and foremost, you will be served fish dishes. The menu also includes some fish-free meals, in order to create a perfect combination of flavours.
Vladislav, the good-natured owner with a wonderful sense of humour, has found the best possible name for the café through play on words: fish in Estonian is kala, which is served at the café, and kalambuur is a pun, which is also a frequent occurrence here.
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