From the White Guide Nordic 2018:

Horisont Restaurant & Bar

Very Fine Level 81
Food rating:30/40Service rating:18/20
BarBrunchChambre separéeBar menuBanqueting roomsParkingWheelchair accessVegetarian dishesRooms availableAmerican Express
Horisont Restaurant & Bar

Heavenly Peaks

If in reality, the horizon splits the world in two - heaven and earth -, then in the gastronomic world, only a couple of greats reach higher than the Horisont. All others fall below it. Not only because its location on the 30th floor has it literally look down on other restaurants, but rather because ithas belonged among the top Estonian restaurants for years.The panoramic view from its broad windows encompasses the Old Town’s “sprat tin silhouette”, famous through the former Soviet bloc for its depictionon sprat tins, and the modern city with its high rises. The Horisont’s raw ingredients are among Estonia’s best aswell, especially when it comes to fish and seafood: the starters list features yellowtail kingfish ceviche, fried langoustine tails and wooden plank-cooked sockeye salmon; the entrées include stone bass and turbot fillet and octopus. Marine-inspired sides surprisepleasantly: grenadilla-seasoned lobster soup accompanies the fried octopus and the veal comes with Argentine shrimp and estragon-flavoured shellfish-veal sauce. Service at the Horisont has been meeting a steady high standard for years andprofessional finesse meets just the right balance of personalized interaction. Small, attentive details make you feel welcome and taken care of: a handbag gets its own footstool, a water glass will never be empty and each course comes out just in time. The wine list is extensive, surpassed only by the sommelier's knowledge, so while finding a good pairing for your food, you might learn a lot about the better vineyards of the Tokaj area or perhaps Austrian grapes...

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