An establishment sort of adding to the theme park atmosphere of the Town Hall Square is Olde Hansa, a throwback restaurant with waiters and waitresses wearing throwback outfits serving throwback food... more
Next to Olde Hanse, Pepersack is the second big medeival restaurant in Tallinn. Therefore, it is unevitable to compare both restaurants to get and idea of Pepersack's good and less good points. Both... more
Upon arrival at my hostel, I asked the local people about a place where I can get something to eat. “Kompressor” was their answer and I was given a free city map with a description of how to get... more
This French themed cafe captures the Gallic mood perfectly. Right down to the service. The style is boheme. The chocolate tastes authentically French. The service is just like you'd expect in Paris:... more
An excellent place for a special meal at vey reasonable prices. Main courses started at 12 € and included roast beef, roast pork & sauerkraut, wild boar and a good selection of other traditional... more
Sausage platter for two 23 euros. This came with fresh baked bread with smoked pork inside it - very nice. Nice range of local sausages with very decent sauerkraut and potaoes. This was adequate for... more
Billing itself as "The First Estonian Pub," Hell Hunt features a fun and relaxed (but generally a bit crowded) atmosphere with unique menu selections and an excellent choice of beers. Enjoy the... more
With a name like "Beer House," I didn't really have high hopes for any sort of authentic Estonian experience. But I was pleasantly surprised as it turned out. The Beer House is unabashedly touristy... more
From the exterior, the African Kitchen looks like nothing special- an eatery on the outskirts of the Old Town at the end of a long road that you would otherwise have no reason to walk to. Walk through... more
Pegasus is one of the more interesting options in Tallinn. It is located in a late soviet building, still spreading some post-modern charme of eastern Europe. It is a little poshy, not to be compared... more
Situated on the cusp of the old town Eesti Maja serves traditional Estonian dishes in a series of cellar rooms such as the Mirror Nook, Bar Nook, History Corner - perfect for couples or a small groups... more
I bet you can not find this tip from any of brochure. If you are interested of having a cup of bluberry tea, Martini or salad and at the same time take a look at the city view then I would definitely... more
I can't recommand you a restaurant.
I don't know the name of the restaurant where I have been.
But one thing is for sure.
Don't go to the restaurants around the market square.
They are croded with... more
This one we saw while hanging around in the business area of town and we decided to give it a chance. From outside you are not really sure what kind of ethnic restaurant it is, is say cuisine from two... more
The Park Cafe is a famous and popular destination for Estonians visiting Kadriorg park. Drop in here on a warm day for a delicious pastry and enjoy it in the shade of the garden overlooking Kadriorg's... more
Yes, come and drink the hot chocolate by all means, it's divine. But it's the hand made chocolates you want swoop up!
Came here with my Brother in law who reckons that Anneli's chocolate creations are... more
Balthasar is, a great place for garlic lovers. The menu describes the strength of the garlic in each entree with pictures of one, two, or three garlic cloves.
Balthasar, named after a medieval-era... more
Molly Malone's is in a fantastic location overlooking the Raekoja Plats in Tallinn's Old Town. The outdoor terrace is an ideal place to people-watch from as you eat and drink the evening away. The... more
We chose this Italian restaurant for two reasons: the menu did not contain stepping mistakes (hence it was really italian) and its romantic location in Saint catherin walk. It was a hot day and eating... more
My sister who has lived in Rome, said to me we should go here. She said my favourite pasta aglio e olio is only 4,50e in here, and they make the pastas by hand. It was lovely! The pasta was good, and... more
We chose this restaurant for a simple reason: it was a hot day and there was an empty table outisde. There were just a few tables on the pavement - the majority being inside. It looked clean and... more
The first place we stopped at in Tallinn was the wonderful Cafe Josephine, owned by the same people of the Pierre chocolates... and that's why their chocolates and cakes tasted to good. Café Josephine... more
According to legend, Eskimos have over a hundred words for snow. Being continually exposed to the same thing normally causes humans to develop an ability to differentiate between things most normal......
I wanted to visit Estonia and firstly capital Tallinn for maybe already 5 years, but I always changed it to other travel destinations. Finally I visited it in 2007 July - explored Tallinn in 3 days....