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White Guide 2018 Very Fine level restaurant
In our kitchen, we respect local produce and Estonian food culture. We live at the same pace with the Nature as it lives, breaths and develops
White Guide 2018 Recommended
Restaurant MerMer was opened on Juminda peninsula for people who love good food.
Here you can participate in Hiiu food workshops.
Services with EHE label
The café of the farm museum specializes in Estonian national food. The local griddle cake, quark cake and potato and barley porridge known as ‘mulgi puder’ have become its long-loved specialties.
The farm has a medical plant centre, medical plants study trails, a modern teahouse, a lookout tower, a conference centre, eco-friendly spa.
The food is made from local ingredients and cooked in a wood fired oven that gives the food its’ special olden times’ flavour.
You can’t get fast food from Kihnu Küek’s kitchen, instead food is meant to be enjoyed here to soak in the life and culture of Kihnu island.
Tamme Farm has a herb garden that boasts a wide variety of plants with aromatic, healing or seasoning properties.
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.
Põlvamaa a greener mark
Kopli farm kitchen at the historical Postal Road in Põlva County is a place to enjoy cooking by yourself and good flavors.
Authentic Saaremaa Product
Saksa Farm Shop-Café offers products made in local farms and enterprises, that includes traditional Saaremaa farm beer and a vide variety of handicrafts.
We value the ingredients that we grow ourselves or purchase nearby!
Angla Heritage Culture Centre celebrates bread and anything you can eat with bread – that is local high-quality food.
The fish themed workshops will teach you something new for sure about fish and cooking fish.
All wayfarers are welcome here to eat to their hearts’ pleasure, but bigger groups should make a booking in advance.
The café named after the owner’s great-grandmother boasts Tartu’s largest selection of cakes and pastries and over ten varieties of herbal teas made in Estonia.
In our homely kitchen on Epi Farm, we use local produce to make fruit and berry ketchup, preserve mushrooms in marinade, make jams, herbal infusions and sugar-free flavoured water with natural juice.
The exhibitions reflect the history and the modern times of food production in Estonia. You can also taste traditional dishes and participate in workshops.
The museum promoting domestic dairy products and holding workshops and tasting events.
If you wish, you can listen to Gothamites’ jokes about certain foods between the courses while taking tame to enjoy your meal.