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There is just super delicious food! I ordered the fish selyanka (fish soup) and my partner ordered the fish sashlôkk (crispy fish). Also we tasted local tea and cake. The staff was very friendly and quick. All these meals were so delicious! I definitely go...back when it’s at the way and there has space. This place is so popular that sometimes you should wait to get the place.More
If you are several make sure to order the dishes or some of you will have finished before others are served.
”Only cash” is a minus.
Food is good, like a real home made meal.
It is not posh like in a realy fancy place....Come with medium expectations.More
We stopped for a light lunch with family who know the area - otherwise we would never have found it. We sat outside and the view was stunning. I had sushimi and it was delicious. The other choices were excellent and we had a lovely...green salad to go with it. The prices were incredibly reasonable, and I would recommend it to anyone who can find it!More
We came to the restaurant 17.30 on a Tuesday and asked for a table to drink tea. The waitress responded very unkindly that they would not serve any more tea and that there was no more food. Since we were in time (the closing time...is at 18.00) we insisted to sit down and be server but according to both waitresses this was impossible. Our entitet family (6 people) had to leave the restaurant hungry, thirsty and very disappointed and will not return.More
This little roadside restaurant in a blue painted house in the hamlet of Kolkja is called "Fish and Onion Restaurant" if you read Estonian or Russian. Don't hesitate to stop. The dining room has about 10 tables set with samovars, but we were the only...guests this rainy afternoon. The beet soup was filled with vegetables and topped with cream. The onion soup was in a clear broth, both just delicious. The Zander fish fresh from Lake Peipsi was a gastronomic treat. The fish was pan fried and served with a tomato-onion sauce, potatoes and green onion salad. The firm, white fish was moist and tasty; expertly prepared with a sprinkling of dill. We shared a pancake with berries for dessert. The generous servings were prepared on site and served by a friendly waitress. The decor reflects Old Believers' costumes and customs. The soups were about 3 euros/each and the main courses about 9 euros/each. Good value. Memorable meal. Beautiful samovars.More