Mantel ja Korsten

Poska 19a, Tallinn 10126

High level

How we evaluate?
68/28

Mantel ja Korsten

Poska 19a, Tallinn 10126

High level

How we evaluate?
68/28

THE TASTES OF KADRIORG

Kadriorg Park is among the most beautiful spots in Tallinn. It pays to take time to get to know it. It lays something of an enchantment, what with the architecture, nature, the weather… Just the taste is missing. But you don’t need to miss out on it; the park and its vicinity host several good restaurants. The park’s charm is best translated into food by the Mantel ja Korsten (the mantel and the chimney). A tiny green wooden house, sheltered by several larger ones, might go unnoticed if you don’t know the address, and there is a good reason for the strange name too. A large part of the small house is taken up by the room with an old-fashioned mantel chimney. It now hosts the restaurant’s private hall, a perfect spot to come with a small group for an atmospheric experience. The general dining hall is accentuated by a dark glazed tile fireplace. The mood it creates is further enhanced by the smooth, warm service. The waiters speak of the food with insight and verve as if it were their own creation. The tastes of Kadriorg on the plate are clear and fresh; like the weather on a plate. Aperitif cocktail Sunrise in Kadriorg tastes like a crisp morning and is aptly named. The chestnut cream and apple puree served with goose taste like they are made of ingredients picked from just outside the window. Mantel ja Korsten serves up the fancies of Kadriorg’s nature.

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