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Restaurant MerMer was opened on Juminda peninsula for people who love good food.
The Wine Villa gives wine tasting courses and even teaches you how to make your own wine.
White Guide 2020 very fine level restaurant
The restaurant gives off the atmosphere of a wealthy Estonian farm from the bourgeois period and serves Estonian ingredients prepared with modern cooking styles in mind.
And if you’d be needing something more along with the beautiful view and tranquillity, you can find delicious food right at Ruhe.
North-Estonian local food
Kirsipesa café feels like home; it is so small and cosy as if you have just come in your grandmother’s living-room. The family that is our staff is friendly, helpful and flexible.
Õllenaut brews unique craft beer with a distinctive taste and forceful character from local ingredients.
This is the place to enjoy excellent food at the top end of the historical Pakri peninsula and to admire a splendid view of the sea opening from the 25 m high cliff.
The air here is warm with the hum of voices, the food is genuinely local and home-made, and the place is a sweet feast for the senses.
The health café in eco-friendly Spa Harmoonikum called “Mõisaproua Söögituba” serves healthy and nutritious meals made from fresh produce from Estonian farms.
In addition to trout here you can taste other locally made Estonian food.
Koch Brewery – in the heart of Tallinn, right next to the Sea Gates! Become a part of the brewing history!
The inn is prefect for having a break and enjoying Estonia’s national dishes, pleasing the palates of both ordinary museum visitors and Estonian food enthusiasts alike.
Maheleib provides home-made meals and baked goods.
Maiasmokk is the oldest café in Estonia: it has been operating without a break since its first opened its doors in 1864.
Making really great beer is our passion!
Paunküla Wellness Centre serves tasty homemade food.
Preservative-free rustic smoked meat and sourdough rye bread manufactured in the traditional way.
Restaurant offers something simple made with great passion.
This is a hobby farm which grows young vegetable and flower plants in a historical location and sells them in the spring as well as produces a variety of spicy jams, syrups, juices and snacks.
The main feature of Söökla’s menu is delicious home food, including almost daily retro dishes.