Tallinn Restaurants

Estonian cuisine includes elements found in both Scandinavian and German cuisines, and there is still a lingering Russian influence. Menus offer seasonal produce but are often heavy on wild game. Another local delicacy is eel. Restaurant bills always include 20% V.A.T. and service, so an additional tip is not expected in most cases.

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  • 1. Olde Hansa

    $$ | Eastern European

    In a 15th-century building in the Old Town, this restaurant re-creates medieval times with waiters in period costume, candlelit tables, and...Read More

  • 2. Gloria

    $$ | Eclectic

    The art nouveau interior compliments the French-influenced menu of highbrow Continental cuisine like beef Stroganoff or tournedos Rossini. To...Read More

  • 3. Maiasmokk

    $$ | Eastern European

    A top-notch restoration has revived this fine Estonian restaurant's 19th-century feel. Founded in 1864, the property has been restored to its...Read More

  • 4. Vanaema Juures

    $$ | Eastern European

    Just as the name suggests, Grandma's Place is a cozy and homey place to sample Estonian favorites such as roast elk. Filled with antiques, sepia...Read More

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