Rasina Rosinad

Rasina Rosinad is a guerrilla café at Rasina manor that serves Indian food made from Estonian raw ingredients. The dishes are prepared by an Estonian-Indian family of artists. This age-old house under huge trees is the perfect place to enjoy your spices in cold November weather. The Indian festival of light Diwali is celebrated on November 12, which falls on the period From Forest to Table. Come visit us and become part of the festival of light with flavours and spices! Please dress warmly because the house is very old and somewhat open to the elements.


  • Chef’s welcome
  • Main:
    Vegetarian: boletus sphere with potato croquettes, rice and Georgian bread puri.
    For meat lovers: chicken and pickled mushroom curry, rice and Georgian bread puri.
  • Dessert:
    Wood-growing mushroom crisp or pine-flavoured chestnut in a basket of mushroom cream

Please let us know in advance if you would like your dessert lactose-free.

Price: 30 €

Opening hours

Rasina Rosinad is open on weekends (Fri, Sat, Sun) at 12–19.
By agreement, the menu can be ordered on other days as well.


Please book your visit at least 24 h in advance.
If possible reservations can be made also for the same day by calling +372 5395 2600