Source: Andrei Kirillov
The "Peetri Toll" Tavern is located in Paldiski, 500 m from the railway station in a lovely, picturesque park near two old churches. Years ago, when Russian Czar Peter I founded the Baltiskij Port here, this medieval building housed the toll collection point where merchants declared their goods.
If only the walls could talk and tell us all the interesting things that have happened in this building... Come on in, immerse yourself in the old fashioned atmosphere and come discover the forgotten flavours of Slavic cuilsine.
We stopped here on our Coastal Cliffs and Paldiski tour for lunch. The service was friendly, helping us out describing some of the dishes and the food was tasty and came quickly, they have a book of...
The waitress was having a bad day, running around in between taking our order. Food was ok but to wait for a soup for half an hour was too much. We sat next to the kitchen and all we could hear was...
Very friendly lady behind the bar counter speaking very good english, brought us two massive photo books of old pictures from Paldiski. How lovely! Cheap food, cheap drinks. Local people.
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