Wicca – unique Estonian flavours

30. January 2020


It is always interesting to go to restaurant Wicca, even if you have been many times before. The food here is clearly set apart from what is offered elsewhere. Firstly because of the ingredients. They are always local, but ones not often used. And then the way food is prepared. Traditional flavours are melded into new combinations. This is why Estonia tastes different in Wicca.


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Enter to win a free one night accommodation for two in a Standard class room with breakfast and unlimited use of water and sauna centre. 3-course dinner from special menu for two at a la carte restaurant Wicca. 

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