Pikk tn. 35-3, 10133, Tallinn, Estonia
Reg. nr. 10002371
KMKR nr. EE100254471
There are no pelmeni in this restaurant.
You will be charged double if you dare to utter the word pelmen. At least that’s what it says on the menu board. Rightly so, because kurze of Dagestan cuisine are prettier, more colourful than pelmeni and offer a greater variety of flavours. If this is your first encounter with kurze, the kurze mix allows you to sample all five different fillings.
In The Kurze, Dagestani cuisine befriends Georgian cuisine. The word khinkali is allowed here, in fact, they feature on the menu alongside several other Georgian dishes. The short selection of wines comes from Europe and peaks with champagne. The latter goes well with the kurze, and sipping it in a tiny kiosk in the wasteland between the railway and tramway (such is the exact description of the interior and exterior of The Kurze) will be a long-lasting experience.
All the dishes here really have irresistible flavours. Good flavour is not location-dependent. That is probably what The Kurze is trying to say.
This project is funded by the European Regional Development Fund: