From the White Guide Nordic 2018:
- Address: Mere Puiestee 6E, Tallinn
- Phone: +37251995446
- Seats: 72
City Lights and World Food
The Sfäär seems tobe bigger on the inside than the outside. A small eatery with a nondescript facade on Mere puiestee, it lies right on the road tourists take to walk from the harbor to the inner cit, where good restaurants stand side by side with so-called tourist traps. What makes the Sfäär great is the open, relaxed atmosphere reminiscent of big cities, its unique blend of guests, staff, owner, food, and drink.The menu at the Sfäär embraces world food and the drinks list features among other good things coffee from the Kokomo Coffee Roasters under the same roof, andmany intriguing Estonian craft drinks. Food tastes good at the Sfäär in a straightforward way, with clear flavours and nothing overly complex - the head chef’s ambitions donot overshadow the visitor’s expectations. And the raw ingredients are incredible! The autumn tomatoes in the salad served with the organic beefsteak were of a kind you will never find in a supermarket – perhaps at a farmer’s market, if you're lucky and find the right seller. And to borrow from music: Sfäär’s very special desserts have absolute pitch and are finely tuned to the present day. In fact, Sfäär in its entirety sounds like a very good orchestra, whose repertoire may notbe too complicated, but who plays even the simplest tunes perfectly. The service is caring andquick, although occasionally, when the “chief”is not around, the cheerful and eager young staff may get stuck on some of the gastronomic finesses. However, this does nothing tospoil the overall impression...
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