From the White Guide Nordic 2018:
- Address: Kuninga 11, Pärnu
- Phone: +3725866 9990
- Web: www.monami.restaurant
- Seats: 50
Rabbit and Brick Ovens
Rabbit husbandry is common in Estonia, but few rabbits are fit for dinner. Therefore, Kärme Küülik - the Rapid Rabbit - stands out with its offerings. They lay it on thick, too: rabbit paintings, symbols, figurines cover every inch of the premises. And naturally, rabbit immediately catches our eye on the menu. Kärme Küülik serves its dishes homelike. All starters, servedon colorful platters, are meant for sharing. Colorful is also the word that best describes the atmosphere, the visitors, and the moods at the eatery. The experience begins with focaccia. Served on the house to inspire the palate, it has become legendary in Estonia. With a single exception, the food is prepared on open fire in a brick oven. The exception: applewood smoked shrimp flambé. We are brought a plate with applewood twigs on which the shrimp are laid. The whole affair is doused in strong liquor and set on fire. It is almost unbelievable how delicious something so simple can be. If you go heavy on starters, take a minute to ask yourself if getting a main makes sense. The mains are huge– and no less delicious...
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