Why locals love it?
Hell Hunt claims to be the “first Estonian pub”. We can't affirm or disprove that, but indeed, the place has been around for a long time and they've been kind to us with their friendly service and extensive beer selection. If it's not that cold, a remarkable amount of Estonia's youth is always hanging out on the terrace, especially at night time.
Why you should visit it
Let's get one thing straight – the bar's name doesn't mean what you think it does. It means, perhaps somewhat disappointingly, “tender wolf”. But hey, the sign has a naked chick riding a wolf on it. So there's that. It's a great place for food and during the summer there's an open air terrace in the small park just across the street.
Consider the hefty portions "mansize" - although we certainly know a few ladies who can ensure portion demolition as well as the boys.
Pikk 39 Tallinn
Latest Hell Hunt Reviews
Bertram Goumans on May 17, 2013
Hello, I am truly sorry to write this, but I feel that I must. My friends and I recently visited Tallinn. Our local friends showed us a few places in town, and, unfortunately, this one left the worst impression. The service was non- existent, and some waiters were rude, especially, your bartender. We asked what her name was, it's Ulle. She is very unfriendly and is rough even with the waiters of the restaurant. She had ruined our mood, so we had to leave. Customer is always right, and even when customers are hard to deal with, restaurant stuff is always polite and patient. Workers who are bossy and mean to clients lose their jobs quickly. Anyway, I hope this review can help . Bertram Netherlands
Hell Hunt on Oct. 23, 2012
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MarieLisa on Oct. 21, 2012
The very best pub in Tallinn. My favorite!
Kalev Külaase on April 6, 2012
Their tomato-cheese soup is my absolute favorite. Especially the bigger one, cause there's more!