Why locals love it
Locals of Lasnamäe, Tallinn's largest soviet block district, are long aware of this little canteen run by a Korean family who somehow made their way to Estonia via Uzbekistan in the soviet era. Interior is kitschy, tables covered with simple plastic covers, menu is hand-written on the wall in Russian and broken Estonian, but the food is excellent.
Why you should visit it
It's hard to find food that's actually spicy in Tallinn. Annön doesn't fall under the most purist definition of a Korean eatery, as the owners have travelled far and wide across the whole soviet union, so their interpretation of Korean also includes uzbek plov, but trust me – as a whole this spot is an experience worth travelling to Lasnamäe for.
Beware – spicy actually means spicy! Lamb soup is delicious, as are salads so order 2-3 to try them out.