So this is one of not many Korean restaurants in Tallinn. Situated close to the city center, it’s worth the trip, even if you think it is too far.
The menu is compact but contains highlights of Korean cuisine that can be made in Estonia: kimchi, fried chicken and bulgogi and of course bibimbap.
You can even purchase in-house made kimchi, sesame oil as well as chili and soy sauces.
The place is cozy and has two rooms. In one you can sit at a regular size table and in the other you should take off your shoes and sit at the soban-style table. Up to you!
If you love spicy food, definitely go for kimchi stew. You will have a bowl of rice to calm that burning spice down. Ask for recommendations from the waiters, I am sure they will recommend something good.
And if your pet is well behaved, you can take them with you.