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.
Had lunch here, in July. Very busy square, touristy area. So expect touristy prices at any restaurant here. Kaerajaan has a good selection of Estonian and other dishes. I stuck with Caesar salad (12...
This restaurant was recommended by our tour guide. I also noticed that they had been on the 50 best restaurants in the world list twice! My husband and I ordered the burger and quail. The burger had...
The food is creative and delicious, the service is friendly and quick and you can observe one of the most beautiful European "piazza" in the time of your dinner.
|Outside on the terrace (in summer)||60|