Estonia Restaurants

  • Restaurants
    by Turska
  • Restaurants
    by Turska
  • Restaurants
    by Turska

Estonia Restaurants

  • Olde Hansa

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    I think "Olde Hansa" is one of the most unique restaurants I've had the pleasure of seeing. I could not help but peek inside to see for myself though we did not eat here -- the dishes were a little more rustic and filled with game than I knew I would enjoy. The building it is housed in was originally the home of a wealthy merchant. The twist is, it...

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  • Peppersack

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    Peppersack restaurant offers local cuisine in a Medieval atmosphere. We had any sort of appetizers (meat, cheese, fish, fruits and vegetables) and beef with baked potatoes, everything was absolutely great. The restaurant medieval style is also made by medieval music and by the waiters costumes. There was also a funny show going on while we...

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  • Vanaema Juures

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    Vanaema Juures (grandmas place) We were lucky to get the last seat in this tiny cellar restaurant for dinner. It's a very popular place. It's real cute with a friendly wait staff. pats wild boar dinner with a nice sauce was delicious ...so was my roast pork with cabbage ....huge servings ..Drinks salad and dinner for Two...46 euro

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  • Kompressor

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    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 there. So, my first meal I ate in Estonia was in this pancake restaurant. I really liked the casual atmosphere of a typical student’s café: People talking,...

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  • Chocolats de Pierre

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    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: the woman looked down her nose at my Estonian wife and the guy spent most of his time chatting with two Englishmen whose main conversation piece was...

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  • African Kitchen

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    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 the door though and you are met with an exotic and appealing interior with a cosy bar and special African ambience- indeed many of the cooks are...

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  • Pegasus

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    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 with an old town café. But if you want to have something special, that’s perhaps the best place to go. I went here for a wark breakfast with eggs,...

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  • Kuldse Notsu Kõrts

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    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 two and very tasty. We despatched the red currant sauce and mustard but did not make use of the ketchup. Beer was 3.60 euros (4 in the square and 2.8 a...

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  • Raekoja Plats Cafes

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    Probably more than any other place I've seen up to this point on this particular trip, the cobblestone streets of Old Town Tallinn are filled with sidewalk cafes. Raekoja Plats (Town Hall Square) is full of them. In the accompanying picture you see "Revalia" where you can sample their menu of salads, roasted meats, and try the local beer, "Baku."...

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  • Hell Hunt

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    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 pleasant buzz indoors, or the more relaxed outdoor terrace across the street. Service is friendly and prices are somewhat lower than those in and around...

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  • Balthasar

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    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 chronicler from Tallinn, shares a building with Tallin's 13th century pharmacy. The place has original beams, floorboards and windows looking out across...

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  • VAPIANO

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    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 you could really ask more chili, more garlic etc. It´s not any fancy place to go, but I was surprised it was looking quite nice for this kind of...

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  • Beer House

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    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 and centered (as the name might lead you to believe) around the beer. But while the majority of the clientele were Finns and other foreign tourists,...

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  • Eesti Maja

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    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 - and the Main Hall which is big enough to seat larger parties or tour groups. We sat in history corner which had a display of military artefacts –...

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  • Must Lammas

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    I am a self-confessed gannet, and an adventurous one at that, so one of the great attractions of travel is to eat new and different things. So, the rare chance to try Georgian food was too good an opportunity to pass up! The restaurant's decor is quite minimalist, verging on the spartan - I had been expecting something a bit more 'folksky' (more...

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  • Troika

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    We're no experts on Russian food, but we thoroughly enjoyed our evening at Troika. The restaurant is located in a cellar right on the main square, which is not the sort of location that you'd generally expect to seek out in terms of value for money. Yet the food was reasonably priced and the atmosphere was warm and welcoming. The service was also...

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  • Josephine

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    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 opened in 2008 as a café boutique with 1920s and 1930s chairs and tables. Delightful We had a truly delicious Sacher cake and coffee with Vana...

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  • Controvento

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    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 outside turned out very pleasant... We had grilled artichokes (wonderful) a pasta dish (insignificant) and a pizza (very mediocre). This restaurant...

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  • Bonaparte Café & Deli

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    Great food and some of the best Creme Brulee I have ever tasted. Restaurant is housed in a circa 13th century building in Tallinn's Old Town. They have a restaurant, cellar (for wine, cheeses, fruit and desserts), and a cafe (baked pastry products, quiches, tartes, handmade chocolates, trufles and fresh salads). Everything in the cafe can be taken...

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  • Silk-

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    This Silk Sushi Baar is located just in the corner of the Viru shopping mall, it is a great place for a small lunch break or a snack break. Sushi was average and you can washed it up well with the local cold lager beer.

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  • McDonald's

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    Most of the restaurants i looked in the old town were clearly tourist places, with very little local atmosphere, and all with very high prices. Therefore, I chose the local McDonalds. It was everything you know, and can expect. Not much more to say.

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  • Anneli Viik

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    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 better than ANY he's tasted. So much so, he ordered more from her website once he got back to the UK. Fingers crossed he'll share them around me...

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  • Elevant

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    Wow. I'm really fussy when it comes to Indian food, and I've rarely found anything on the continent that comes close to matching the Indian food I get back home in the UK. But this was fantastic. Not only was the food great, and spicy too, but it had its own unique twist on classic dishes. This is a kind of place I could eat at every day of the...

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  • Gloria

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    Gloria – expensive but its nostalgic walk back in time. (Mike Jagger, Pope..etc..etc..have dined here)… Le Bonaparte – for chocolates and coffee Baltaskir – Garlic restaurant…just have their house favourite mix grill – awesome ! Three Sisters – Lunch on the terrace with a NZ sauvignon blanc.(if hotel reads this, a few more selections NZ SB...

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  • Admiral

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    The Food was really bad(Some dishes even inedible). Frozen anchovys and duck was so try and hard. Waiter was very rude and mized our orders. He didnt even knowed the basic stuff like serving the food proper way. After 2.5hours we get fed up with the waiting(all of us didnt even had main course that time) and we left the place. All of us got the...

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  • Mandarin

    5 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    If you're in Tallinn and you want some good, hot Chinese food, this is the place to come! Mandarin fills a niche somewhere between fast food joint and formal restaurant, with prices similar to the former and quality similar to the latter - a winning combination! Me and a friend visited Mandarin in October 2005 and were both very impressed. The...

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  • Scotland Yard

    Tallinn Restaurants

    Here you will be met by an english policeman when you step inside. They have really good salads here and if you go to the toilet then remember to bring your camera :o) You can see on my pictures why :o)

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  • Restoran Turg

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    We visited this charming restaurant at lunch-time and it is a testament to the number of excellent eateries in Tallinn that we intended to go back there but never got round to it. Inside the restaurant is laid out like a rustic Taverna - green and reddish walls, check tablecloths, hanging plants and displays of chillies, onions and garlic (not...

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  • Restoran Ö

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    One of the most luxurious restaurant in Estonia. Extremely international approach for creating delicious dishes, however local ingredients are favored. The display of food is excellent. Table reservation recommended on busy weekends from 8pm onwards. Eel was served with excellent texture. Jerusalem artichoke soup nice and smooth. Tuna fish steaks...

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  • Toomkooli Tollad

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    Restaurants come and restaurants go, and a restaurant recommended here may be gone by the time you arrive. However, Toomkooli Tollad has the feeling of a place that is here to stay. Elegant yes, but warmly welcoming too - it was a great find on a snowy day after the long walk up to Toompea. We were only looking for a light lunch, it was late too,...

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  • Texas Honky Tonk Cantina

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    We were on very low budget holliday, but wanted to eat in "real" restaurant anyway, so we checked some menus from net, and ended up eating hamburgers in here. I don´t really like hamburgers, but mostly because I don´t like minced meat. But they had burger with chicken filet, and it was quite good. My husband had traditional burger and like it...

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  • Bocca

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    Our half-italian half-Jordanian friend married with an Estoniam lady and living in Tallinn told us about this restaurant located in a 500 years old warehouse and said it's possibly the best in town - so we decided to go and take a look. Inside the restaurant looks very modern and smart, but the staff turned out very welcoming as well as...

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  • Tapas & Vino

    Tallinn Restaurants

    I have to admit that the choice for our final night of our holiday may well have been different had it not rained for most of the day. We decided to meet my Spanish friend a few doors down from the hotel we were staying in. Tha bare brick walls in part add to the atmosphere of the establishment. What surprised me that was after sitting for 5...

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  • Amarillo

    3 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    Amarillo is a large Tex-Mex restaurant in the Viru Keskus shopping centre, just outside Tallinn's Old Town. The restaurant appears very popular with customers looking for some spicy, tasty food at reasonable prices. There is plenty of outdoor seating in the summer, however, I chose to sit in one of the spacious booths indoors for my meal. The staff...

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  • Vana Wiru Pub

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    Well.......my excuse is that I was exhausted (had to get up at 2.30 to get my flight), had been bumped out of my hotel ('over-booked')and into another one further away than I wanted, and I was very hungry and rather dehydrated. So I'd had enough, and happened to be passing this place which offered a)beer and b) small-ish snack-type meals. And yes,...

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  • TosCana

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    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 service was quite fast. Food was neither bad nor spectacular... anyway it pretended to be an original italian restaurant but lacked an appropriate menu -...

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  • Robert’s coffee

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    The chain coffee shop located on the top floor on the building at one corner of Old city. In the summer you can go out on the terrace and enjoy your coffee in the fresh air with all birds who fly around. There are glass roof so don't be afraid seagulls won't steal your goods. From here you can have good view to the city and old town wall. Enjoy...

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  • Fellini

    2.5 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    You will find this restaurant at Raekoja Plats. It is an Italian restaurant. Before entering the restaurant you will have the choice if you want to sit outside or inside. Outside they will have these 'heaters' to make it comfertable at cold/chilly days. I sat inside and it is lovely. I ordered a Quattro formaggi pizza. It was a good one, allthough...

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  • Hotel Restaurants

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    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 recommend Lounge 24. Enter to the hotel's lobby, take an elevator and go up on the 24th floor. Place is modern-looking and customer service is pretty...

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  • St. Patrick's

    Tallinn Restaurants

    Open: Monday - Wednesday: 10.00 - 00.00 Thursday: 10.00 - 02.00; Friday: 10.00 - 04.00 Saturday 11.00 - 04.00 Sunday: 11.00 - 24.00 St. Patrik's is a good place for young people and students. Modern interier, young people around. Not a big variety of food. Salats, deserts, drinks and some warm dishes. Sometimes may happened (This was with me)...

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  • Café EAT

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    Located in the overpriced old town, it's still one of the cheapest places to eat in the whole Tallinn. Led by a group of university students it is made to provide a decent meal for anyone low on budget. Menu consist mainly of different dumplings, but there are a variety of other dishes as well. Just hop in, grab a bowl, fill it with dumplings...

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  • Street Wagons

    3 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    While you're shopping or browsing and interacting with the locals, some stands sell hot mulled wine (glögg) - which is good to get warmed up easily and quickly. I think the price was 10 Estonian crowns for a glass (not too big, not too little). I didn't buy one but I had a try from one of my coworkers' and it tasted good.

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  • Peking

    2 out of 5 stars

    Tallinn Restaurants

    Opening hours: Working days : 12.00 - 22.00 Friday, Saturday : 12.00 - 23.00 My first visit to this restaurant was about a month ago, and what can I say about it... Prices are higher than average, but food... to my oppinion it's 3/5 . We take a rice, fish with vegetables and octopus. And of course a tea kettle (tea was the best thing that I tried...

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  • Lucca Restaurant

    Tallinn Restaurants

    Lucca is very nice and cozy Italian restaurant. Menu consists of Italian and Mediterranean dishes. They have also very good choice of wines, agreeable for every taste. Restaurant is perfect for visiting with children - they have playroom where the smallest can watch cartoons, play and draw, too. They have also children’s special menu. In summer a...

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  • Peetri Pizza

    Tallinn Restaurants

    . This chain with around 15 branches in Estonia offers the world’s standard pizzas. The price is fine with a large pizza costing no much then 80 EEK – and a large pizza is really large here. The girl behind the counter was the only estonian who answered my usual Kas Te rägite inglise keelt (Do you speak English) with “no”. But she spoke enough...

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