From the White Guide Nordic 2018:

Pärnu Kalamajaka kohvik

A Nice Place
Chambre separéeParkingTables outsideWheelchair accessVegetarian dishesMainly open during summer time
Pärnu Kalamajaka kohvik

Trailblazer

Contrary to the expectations, the freshest, most intriguing seafood in Estonia is served in Pärnu. Not in Tallinn. At the Kalamajaka Café. And this is no regurgitated marketing slogan. The Kalamajaka dishes are the freshest because the restaurant is owned by a family of fishmongers. Their shop at the market right next to the restaurant offers the same fresh fish for sale. The dishes are so intriguing because they are often made of fish and seafood that others don’t offer. The most attractive feature of the simple interior are the pallet tables; the dishes are as simple as the tables they’re served on. One main ingredient with a couple of sides. Make sure to ask about the daily specials, which, more often than not, are based on seasonal seafood. Naturally, in limited quantities. But if the sea has not been kind, you might want to know that they are exceptionally good at fish&chips! The Kalamajakas is a real trailblazer for good seafood...

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