Pikk tn. 35-3, 10133, Tallinn, Estonia
Reg. nr. 10002371
KMKR nr. EE100254471
It’s easy to get this impression during the day, especially when the lunch offer is a burger. There are hordes of men walking in and out of the door, while women are few and far between.
Pull started out as a steakhouse but later changed the concept to casual fine dining. At least that is how they describe their cuisine. One of the most memorable dishes in the restaurant is duck heart, served from a stone bowl with pak choi and carrots in a hearty broth. Shi soup is also unique, tomato paste and mustard give the traditional cabbage broth a unique flavour.
Still, in the evenings there are more men in the restaurant than women. Perhaps the reason is that the architecture of the former grain elevator can be considered masculine. The true reason is probably the fact that meat dishes are prepared here with great expertise and the gin selection is in size XXXL.
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