From the White Guide Nordic 2018:

Horisont Restaurant & Bar

Very Fine Level 78
Food rating:30/40Service rating:15/20
BarBrunchChambre separéeBar menuBanqueting roomsParkingWheelchair accessVegetarian dishesRooms availableAmerican Express
Horisont Restaurant & Bar

An international point of view

Horisont’s biggest draw? That would be the scenery. From the 30th floor of this restaurant within the Swissôtel you can spot the horizon. Most of the dining tables have window seats, affording a mesmerizing, front row-spectacle of evening lights and sweeping views of the waterfront and Toompea, Estonia’s oldest fortress. Swissôtel Tallinn was one of the first international hotel chains to open here, bringing flair and finesse to the country after it gained independence from the Soviet Union. Today it’s a dependable work horse, the food isn’t ahead of its time, but the quality is consistently great. The service is perfect and the bar mixes every tipple imaginable––you need to try at least one, as this is the place that shaped Estonia’s current cocktail culture. The kitchen is helmed by Chef Marko Sõmer, the wine selection is managed Sommelier Jüri Viital, since they were put in charge, Horisont has gained in popularity, attracting not only the hotel guests but also, most interestingly, local food enthusiasts . Sõmer’s menu is inspired by international cuisine, seafood is prominently and generously featured Cobia ceviche with fennel lime gel, grey mullet with caponata and roasted onion-orange purée taste extra special when enhanced by the ocean views far below. In addition to the à la carte options, Horisont also offers three tasting menus with drink pairings...

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  • Horisont Restaurant & Bar
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