Restaurant Kaerajaan

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.

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  • Good food and location

    Right on the town square with large windows overlooking the Christmas market, we had a really enjoyable meal here. Priding itself on modern Estonian cooking with some interesting options on the menu...

  • Stop on our food tour

    Our 3rd stop on our Tallin Food Tour. We taste tested a mushroom salad & fish tartare I believe on toast. Both great! Our water was served with berries & we received what i think was a kefir...

  • Nice central reastaurant

    By location (directly on the central square) this restaurant could easily be a tourist trap, but it is certainly not! Though advertising local Estonian food, I had burger, which I did not regret, as...

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