MOON is a tricky word. In English, it means the Moon; however, when pronounced the Estonian way [mɔːn], it stands for a beautiful red flower (poppy), as well as a substantial packed meal taken along when travelling.
A few years ago, Roman and Igor decided to toss their tall white chef's hats in the corner and go back to their roots, and thus, Café Moon was born. Quoting a good friend of the owners and a wonderful person who said after visiting Moon for the first time: “You have to go back to move forward!”
Simplicity, independence, local raw ingredients, integrity and respect, Nordic coolness. An unusual name. Unusual location. But a very usual place otherwise. Café MOON has been selected to the Top 50 of the best restaurants in Estonia for several years running.
The atmosphere was warm and welcoming. Many locals. Our waiter, Robert, was very knowledgeable about the drinks and food and happy to take the time to explain the menu to us. His English was very...
It was a delicious food and friendly atmosphere here. We love dessert especially. I do recommend this restaurant for couples or small companies.
Kohvik Moon is a nice place to eat in Tallinn. The staff speak good english and the service is quick. The food is good but a bit mild to my taste. I'd also heard so much good things about the food...
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