The outlook of the restaurant is just lovely and the sofas and candles invite you to relax and enjoy the good food. The waiters smiled and greeted you, which is a huge plus (in Tallinn, at least)! Their English was good.
The menu had many vegan and vegetarian options available. The main course options surely make you fill and they are served with flat bread (which wasn't as fresh as preferable) and either rice or fried potatoes (definitely recommending the latter option!).
I tried a dish with eggplant and tomato, which was served beautifully in a small casserole. Spicy and wonderful. Cheered up the late-autumn evening.
They have a great variety of coctails, smoothies and juices – I highly recommend to try, balances nicely the flavors of the food.
Definitely going another time as well. I could imagine that the place and its environment is just fine for hanging out and having a drink with friends.
Updated from previous review on Saturday October 12, 2013
Cons: Not in the center of Old Town, Dry bread, A bit expensive for student budget