We were with 3 kids and when our toddler crying, we were asked immediately to leave. We have three kids 2,5,8 years old. We love travelling and know what it means eating out. This experience was shocking for Estonian standards. Kids behaved extremely well, one just started crying (I get it, it wasn’t sobbing), but that usually is not a reason for immediate departure. When we arrived it took 10 minutes to get someone to talk to us. Food was average at best. Pasta over creamed. Tomato soup tasted for canned dish. Coffee served on top of dirty dishes, which we could not finish, even refund was refused first. When other guests also said that there was nothing wrong with our children’s behaviour, they went into educating how children should behave and controlled in places like this and we should imagine how it was to work 13 hour shifts in the constant noise like this. So please, let them have some quiet hours, do not disturb! Or if you do only with quiet book-reading children.
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