Restaurant Manna La Roosa

Manna La Roosa combines colonial style with rosewood columns brought from India, trendy boho style, gypsy chic, a sense of Tivoli, psychedelia, graffiti, carefully restored wallpaper from the beginning of the 1900's, atmosphere of a sailors' pub, total eclecticism and decorative items without a clear purpose that have ended up here seemingly by accident.

This is a fascinating place where you can relax and enjoy wonderful flavour nuances!

Manna La Roosa combines colonial style with rosewood columns brought from India, trendy boho style, gypsy chic, a sense of Tivoli, psychedelia, graffiti, carefully restored wallpaper from the beginning of the 1900's, atmosphere of

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  • Tourist trap! Very low value for money!

    Two adults and we ordered three different platters which the restaurant recommends for sharing for EUR 44 in total. There was hardly enough food for 1 person, it wasn’t presented in a delicious way...

  • Very different bar & restaurant

    We stopped here for a beer initially, but were drawn in by the fun & quirky decor; inside & out, so decided to stay out for dinner. The menu gives a choice of traditional Estonian as well as more...

  • Go for the cheesecake

    We thought we were going to TaiBoh but the decor and menu suggested otherwise. Easy mistake to make as both are side to side. Food was good- we had duck and lamb. The cheesecake was ver special. It...


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