After a museum visit this a perfect place for lunch. Prices are very low, quality is high. So don't miss it.
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For simple lunch this could be enough, but the food is not quite what you would expect. Ceasar's salad is made with mayonese and the bread in it was soft. The fresh juice price seemed appropriate but it arrived in small glass so was disappointed....More
Had a really nice, relaxing early lunch here. The menu has diverse offerings, or you can just go with the sandwiches and desserts on display as I did. Prices are reasonable. Beware the 12 o'clock rush as suddenly the quiet cafe went from literally empty...More
We planned to visit a concert (KUMU hall is one of our favourite places) and intendedly arrived a lot earlier. The room is small, but we managed to get seats. as the concert`s audience was friendly and supportive, everybody received seats and their orders. The...More
Food was good and price was moderate for a cafe located in a museum. That said, this is a Reval Cafe branch (they are all over the city), so don't go out of your way to eat there if you are not visiting the museum....More
We found out that almost everyone in the cafe ordered the same dish so we asked the staff and was told it was a meal of the day (it was written on the board, but we couldn't read it). That day we had breaded chicken...More
Timing is probably everything, but at 12:20 on a Saturday, the cafe was empty. By 12:35 it was packed. The cafe seems to be run by or at least feature Reval Cafe products -- we found then again in the Old Town. Here at KuMu,...More