Café Harrõoro is located in an old farmstead that has stayed empty for about 25 years before the young family started to bring it back to life just 9 months ago. Maikal, the host, has roots in the area, and is drawn to his roots, while his wife is fond of the wild that surrounds the farmstead. In Estonian, the name of the place (Harrõoro) means a dissected valley.
In café Harrõoro, everything is down-to-earth and not quite finished, except for the food, that is fully cooked. You can enjoy lamb shaslik prepared in a black sauna and lamb shanks cooked in earth. Potatoes are boiled over an open fire. Find a comfy place at the farm or in the valley below, and eat as much as you can. Later, enjoy the dessert or have a drink of a local beverage.
Welcome to Café Harrõoro!
Open on Saturday 12 p.m. – 8 p.m. and on Sunday 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Harrõoro talu, Masluva