Wining & Dining
Wholesome meals round off the experience at Merchant's House. In addition to the morning's breakfast buffet, the hotel’s restaurant serves both local and global cuisine for dinner, and guests can choose to dine in their room for added privacy. Dietary preferences can be accommodated with advance notice. The Ice Bar and a lounge bar are both star attractions at the hotel and add to the popular mix of bars and restaurants that abound in the surrounding neighborhood.
Guests have left a number of reviews talking about the fabulous buffet breakfast which is available at the Brasserie on a daily basis. The buffet is open on weekdays between 7 am to 10.30 am and from 7.30 am to 11 am on weekends. Guests who do not want to come down from breakfast also have the option of ordering room service which starts from 7 am.
Guests who need to leave early and want an early riser breakfast are advised to contact the reception and pre-order their early riser breakfast which is available between 5 am and 7 am during weekdays and 5 am to 8 am on weekends. The Brasserie has four rooms, three small and one large and is located on the cellar floor.
Guests are usually able to have a lot of privacy in these rooms and can order either European cuisine with an Estonian flavor or international cuisine as the restaurant was set up by a chef from the U.K.
The Courtyard Cafe
This is a popular hangout for guests as it’s a cool place to hangout and have a drink in the courtyard, have an alfresco lunch or an early dinner. During summer, the café also sets up a few tables outside the hotel in a small area on Dunkri street and a lot of tourists and visitors love to grab a table and have a quick bite.
There are a number of well known food places on Dunkri street such as the Kuldse Notsu Korts, Korsaar, Hermitage and the popular Beer House which poses a lot of competition for the restaurants in Merchant’s House and sometimes makes it hard for the hotel to get regular customers to dine in.