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.
Well what a treat. Perfectly located overlooking the town square. The food was spectacular. Pheasant soup, duck, pork belly, crepe brûlée and long berry tarte was extremely tasty and presentation...
Such a great place with exceptional food and lovely staff. The food was delicious and well-presented. Make sure you visit the loos upstairs for a surprise!
Beautiful and welcoming. Food was very good! Happy! Waiter was young but very experienced and professional.
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