Jahu. Street food in a restaurant

29. June 2021


Staying true to its name (Jahu means flour in Estonian), most dishes in Jahu resto are made of flour. But the resto has another unique feature, it started out as a small street food kiosk near Vabaduse Square. Now there is no kiosk and Jahu has become a resto. But street food is so deeply ingrained in the ethos of Jahu that it continues to be a part of the menu. 

Jahu hot dog is not a sausage stuffed in a home-baked brioche bun, instead, it is filled with luxurious lobster. The only suitable drinks to pair it with are champagne or sparkling wine. As a restaurant-level street food provider, Jahu is in a league of its own!


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