Restaurant Balthasar - a magnificent, one of a kind garlic restaurant with a unique view to the Town-Hall Square surprises visitors with great tastes and opens up Estonian history.
The restaurant was named after a famous writer, Balthasar Russow, who was the author of "Chronicle of Livonia", that he wrote while residing in the very same rooms. Due to its unique menu and interior, Balthasar won the hearts of people very quickly and has maintained its popularity. As one can predict from the name, garlic is the main component in Balthasar’s menu. This valuable spice is used to flavor dishes throughout the menu – from appetizers to desserts. Naturally, those people, who don’t particularly fancy garlic, have not been forgotten. Those, who like gastronomic experiences, unique atmosphere and delicious meals are welcome to visit Balthasar!
Open today 12:00-00:00