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Everything is made from scratch in the kitchen. The food is simple and seasonal and offers a pleasant experience for anyone looking for something characteristic for this region.
Hämsa Tavern offers homely food such as pan-fried groats with mushrooms, smoked Hämsa ribs with potatoes, sweet and savoury barley bread and many other very interesting and delicious items.
We bake rustic sour dough rye and wheat bread as well as serve meals in a small café.
Everyone can try making their own cheeses in the workshop of Kolotsiecological goat farm. Here you can also buy local products.
Moosaka Farm smokes their own meat in smoke saunas according to age olds traditions.
Nopri Farm Shop is essentially a self-service store, which mainly sells local products.
You can sample and buy delicious rabbit straight from the producers themselves.
The Sorcerer’s kitchen surprises you with unconventional but tasty food.
Most of Taarapõllu Farm’s products are made exclusively of locally grown organic gardening or forest produce.
The café-restaurant Andreas offers a menu inspired by local Võrumaa food traditions, modern trends and changing of the seasons.
Local Estonian ingredients are always preferred. The food is prepared the traditional way, passed on from generation to generation along with quite a few funny tales.
Located just next to the Seto Farm Museum, the Tsäimaja is one of the best known Seto traditional food servers in Southern Estonia.
From the farm to your table: we serve food primarily cooked from organic ingredients grown on farms of Võru County.
In the heart of Obinitsa delicious and genuine Seto cuisine is served.
Production of jams, juices as well as berry and vegetable snacks from the ingredients we have grown and foraged ourselves.
Take a look at what happens ‘in the kitchen’ of a winery, taste fascinating wines and buy a bottle or two and enjoy the peace and quiet of lake Saaluse Alajärv
The daily menu is relatively novel, at the same time resembling homemade food.
Tasting wines from the Middle Ages with the Vastseliina Episcopal castle folk