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.
This is a modern and attractive space with a great view on the square. Our servers were friendly and professional. The pork tenderloin with cabbage and potatoes was cooked and seasoned perfectly...
I was wary of eating in the main square but we stopped he for a drink earlier and it looked good. Reasonably priced cocktails to start (although didn't taste very strong) then excellent quality...
Good food at a reasonable price. Great place to people watch which we did a lot. At times one of the waitresses could have been more polite and got our order right but generally a good place to eat
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