Harju 1, 10146 Tallinn, Estonia
Stunning food, stunning interiors and stunning bread! Yes, OMG! really stunning bread! (please give me the recipe!) this place is just lovely!
Apparently restaurant Pegasus first opened in 1962, so that’s saying something and its still fighting fit and definitely a venue worth a visit, with its stylish and contemporary décor, beautiful table wear and very friendly staff there was nothing at all to complain about.
We popped in for lunch and sampled their exquisite local fish soup, Wow! divine and their Home-made three bean cassoulet, again, divine! the home baked cheesecake didn’t disappoint either. All dishes are inspired by the seasons, so the food is fresh, tasty and full of flavour.
Spanning three floors, this beautifully kitted out restaurant feels very intimate and almost like being in someone’s beautiful contemporary home, its both classy and chic all at the same time and a great place to eat or just relax with a warming coffee.
One of the most low-key and welcoming understated restaurants in Tallinn, which is perfect, really just wonderful.