Real food. No compromising.
Seasonal food of local origin as interpreted by us.
Found only in Narva!



Sun-Thu 12:00-18:00

Fri-Sat 12:00-22:00

Bolt Food, Delivery & Take Away

Sun-Thu 12:00-20:00

Fri-Sat 12:00-22:00


Peterburi mnt 2, 20308, Narva
+372 359 9250

Rye bread tartar with prawn mayonnaise and marinated lamprey8 €
Chilly avocado tartar with black quinoa5 €
Cured beef tartar with truffle egg-yolk and foie gras6.50 €
Sour apple tartar with foie gras patee and sweet bread6.50 €
Spiced Spruce with seed bread and garlic3.50 €
Chicken Caesar salad6 €
Smoked Beetroot Salad with cheese5 €
Hearty borsch3 €
Decent rassolnik with chicken liver and hearts3 €
Solyanka with wild boar meat and smoked peppers4 €
Yesterday's sour cabbage soup3 €
Tomato mushroom soup with beans3 €
Creamy salmon soup3 €
Penne pasta with chicken and sweet peas6 €
Deer ravioli with double cream8 €
Poached salmon11 €
BBQ pork ribs9 €
Grilled chicken sausages9 €
Grilled duck breast with smoked beets and five spice sauce12 €
Classic pork shashlik5 €
Сhicken shashlik5 €
Zander with tomato salsa7 €
Blanched broccoli with cheese and sweetpotato-jalapeno cream6 €
Baked eggplant with sweet paprika and tomatosalsa5 €
Grilled vegetablesь3 €
Grilled corn3 €
Spicy potatoes2 €
Fried potatoes with mushrooms4 €
Charcoal baked potatoes with bacon4 €
Homemade berry pie3 €
Apple cake3 €
Chocolate pie with coconut3 €
Cream of chia seeds and estragon with muesli and strawberries3 €
Blackberries with rosemary cream and goat milk yoghurt 3 €
Small pancakes with jam3 €
Pancake with jam2 €


Culinary experiences on the border

Built in the 16th century, the artillery tower at the entrance to the western courtyard of Narva Castle has housed the museum's restaurant, Rondeel, since summer 2016. The restaurant focuses on local flavours and the menu is inspired by the influence of cuisines from the various nations that have played important roles in the history of Narva. Since summer 2019, the head chef at the restaurant has been Vladimir Upeniek, who was voted Estonian Chef of the Year in 2012. Vladimir is from Narva, but before joining Rondeel had not yet demonstrated his cooking skills in his home town.

The museum's restaurant serves the same purpose as the museum itself – to showcase and popularise local cultural heritage and history. For that reason the menu contains references to the peoples who have lived in Narva. As such, in memory of the Tatars who lived in Narva, you will find a number of tartars on the menu that are specialities of the chef. At the forefront of the menu, of course, is the local specialty – lampreys. Rondeel also has the largest selection of domestic craft beers in Narva – there are around 100 such beers to be found on the Gambrinus shelf on the second floor of the restaurant.

Like Narva Castle, Rondeel warmly welcomes individuals and groups. Visitors particularly appreciate the fact that you can book a complete tour programme to visit the city of Narva, Kreenholm and Narva Castle and enjoy a meal at Rondeel all in one place.

The restaurant's unusual menu and high quality are also recognised by the White Guide, which evaluates Nordic and Baltic food, and in which Rondeel has been included every year since 2018.