From the White Guide Nordic 2018:


Very Fine Level 70
Food rating:29/40Service rating:13/20
BarChambre separéeBar menuBanqueting roomsParkingTables outsideWheelchair accessVegetarian dishesRooms availableMainly open during summer timeAmerican Express

Green in every way

Situated in a pine thicket directly on the seashore, it’s hard to imagine finer, more lush surroundings for a restaurant. The staff at Wicca has fully understood how special the location is, everyone displays great pride in working with pure, local ingredients, and seem to find joy in coaxing maximum amounts of flavors out of them. Wicca is one of several restaurants at Laulasmaa Spa Hotel, a big operation that hosts numerous events every day and that sees throngs of people coming and going. Yet Wicca’s dining room is pleasantly private and stately. Outside, nature is a parade of colors that changes with the seasons, those shades march their way into table decorations as well as into the carefully prepared food, of course. Head Chef Angelica Udekülli, one of the country’s most creative culinary professionals, designs all dishes using only two main ingredients, efficaciously reflected in the name of each. Fish and egg is a delicate surprise; a clear fish broth with a floating, frothy egg white-cloud, a nod to classic French cuisine perhaps. Most of Chef Udekülli’s creations are awe-inspiring, leading guests to face hard choices when presented with the menu. The beverage list provides a small cross section of the most interesting local ciders and craft beers, as well as homemade aperitifs and digestifs. There are also beverage recommendations for each dish, these are not merely wine suggestions. The food of Wicca is seasonal and fresh, boosted by herbs and greens that are foraged right outside the door, in Laulasmaa’s plentiful natural pantry, taking the shortest path possible from the earth straight to the plate...

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