The Food was really bad(Some dishes even inedible). Frozen anchovys and duck was so try and hard. Waiter was very rude and mized our orders. He didnt even knowed the basic stuff like serving the food proper way. After 2.5hours we get fed up with the waiting(all of us didnt even had main course that time) and we left the place. All of us got the food on different time.
Worst restaurant that we have been! Dont go here!
Favorite Dish: We were here with 10 people and two of them say the food was ok(Ok one of even didnt get the main course because it took so long).
On this old Russian steamship in the habour there are a restaurant which serves Russian / serbian food. Most of the dishes are seafood but you can also get a good steak there. Have patience if you go there because the service is very slow. Don´t go there if you get seasick easily, because the big ferries from Finland sail just by this little boat and will rock you when it turns around just next to you.
The ship restaurant is ideal for a little "better" lunch or dinner. Of course you may go whenever; and there is no dress code - but when you see the outlooks of the restaurant you might regret if you came with your sports gear.
First of all, when you "climb" to the ship along the narrow drawbridge, and get up to the ship's restaurant door, always a staff member comes to welcome you personally. He comes to open the door, takes your cloth and guides you further to where the restaurant begins.
There you notice that all staff members (males) are dressed in a sailor style.
The restaurant itself is beautifully and tastefully set up with white and silver; tableclothes and serviettes are real (not paper); nice wine glasses. The Estonian staff knows their work; are in a lovely old-fashioned way so polite and invisible to you. Still despite this the ambience is not tight, not too fine, it is relaxed and the staff have good sense of humour.
Depending on the weather you can feel the ship moving in the water; just a little. But don't worry, it's well anchored to the ground.
Look at the old pictures on the wall; they are all real and have the explanation beneath. The ship has a history. It still sails; but on agreement only (e.g. company parties).
There is also a thick visitor book - remember to put your name there too!
Favorite Dish: My favourite dish is the serbian dish called "gevapcici", it is a kind of minced (veal) meat thick sticks/balls served with raw hacked onion and sweet pepper puré. You can also order a side if needed (rice, different variety of potatoes).
I think everyone should try this - it is quite extraordinary and not found from many places unless you travel to Serbia, Bosnia or Croatia. It tastes as it should; it is delicious (I have been in Bosnia and Croatia and eaten the real stuff too).