We had the 'September Menu' - three courses without choices. The food was creative and delicious; and the wine pairings taken by us with the first two courses were excellent. As seems to be the case so often in Estonia this was high quality, interesting food offered at prices that even with the depreciation of sterling against the euro following the Brexit vote (I refrain from commenting) are still great value for visitors.
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