Given a nudge in the right direction by the recently-formed Silver Spoon Gastronomy Society, Tallinn's restaurant scene is rapidly growing in choice and quality. Every type of cuisine is represented from classic Italian to modern fusion and, although some joints are better than others, you're more likely to hit than miss.
The adventurous - or should we say foolhardy - amongst you might want to try some classic Estonian dishes. Unfortunately your waitress will invariably speak English, and be able to tell you what's in them... When really you're better off not knowing.
For something completely different, you can now also eat with a local cook at their own home in Tallinn !
I lived in Moscow for many years and often went to Tallin to renew my Russian. visa., I chose Tallin so that I could enjoy a meal at my favourite garlic restaurant! I have had the opportunity to eat here 8 times over 20 years and can't wait for my next visit!
The ED due to that surgery can be either temporary or permanent. He is content, and the opposite of our thoughts senior years has in store for us.
It was a very interesting experience for expats, and they are a lovely family. The food was so good
We spent a lovely evening with Kal and his family. The food was delicious, very tasty and we had the opportunity to enjoy Indian tastes in Tallinn. Looking forward to trying other of his specialities, for sure I will repeat!
Delicious food and good company.
Good food, great location, very impolite service staff. Do not expect any welcome or greeting when you enter there!
A really great choice for a quality meal....
Mantsiz & handcut fries are a must have!
It was a very good restaurant, and we enjoyed our meal a great deal.
Outstanding food. Loved the service and the whole charm of the place.