kermis (505) The Hague / Amsterdam , Netherlands | July 23, 2017
A fairly spacious cellar bar/restaurant in the old town. There’s a decent selection of taps including their own beers, along with a large and very respectable bottle selection featuring local and international beers. Good food and atmosphere.
Came by July 1, 2017 in the early afternoon the outer door was unlocked, but the inner door was locked and it seems they were closed. Went out of my way to have lunch here it would have been nice if there was a facebook post stating they would not be open. If I ever make it back I will adjust the rating accordingly.
Great beers from around the World. The place wasn’t overcrowded, still it took us some time to get bottles we ordered. Maybe the staff had something else going on, i don’t know. Anyhow, i will visit Porgu next time i’m in Tallinn.
Nice interior, located deep in an old cellar. Tends to fill up on weekends, but I was always able to find a free seat. Unfortunately closed on Sundays. I tried some starters and there were all amazing. A very good selection of beers on tap, also bottled. Prices are moderate. Probably my favourite in Tallinn.
Welcome to Hell!
If you like Dungeons With excellent beer selection. This is The Place.
Charmy and nice place. Not very difficult to find. Not far from The main square in Tallinn.
Good service. Clean toilets.
Solid beer selection and quite knowledgable staff.
Top notch place, really nice cellar pub, with a nice beer selection and nice looking food. Also they had the best Kali I’ve ever had, and the ryebread served with food was next to the best I’ve had ever. Friendly service and seemed to have quite good beer knowledge too.
Visited several times, and likely my top place for Tallinn. Cellar setting with heavy metallic chairs. At first I thought it was gonna be another pub with food, that was until food came out. Beers served professionally, possible to get samples.
Fairly decent tap selection some macros but a big focus on craft beers. Extensive bottle list of Estonian craft + other countries, well priced with some exclusive bottles running in the 10+€.
As far as I am aware of, the only place on mainland Estonia to serve the Island of Saaremaa’s specialty beer style brewed by Taako Pihtla; Estonia’s version of Finland’s Sahti.
The guy bartending was first visit was very professional, explained a lot of the beers, gave some history of the breweries. Other times the place was packed with folks attending the TCBW but still managed to chat.
Worth trying was the fresh birch sap. Excellent visits, even better when it’s not too crowded.