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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.
The health café in eco-friendly Spa Harmoonikum called “Mõisaproua Söögituba” serves healthy and nutritious meals made from fresh produce from Estonian farms.
A certified organic produce, Karepa medicinal plant gardens is where you will find a variety of organic herb salts, herbal teas and meals packed with herbs.
In Kauksi Holiday house, you can find a table laid for a traditional Estonian festive occasion as well as local and seasonal food.
Maitseelamuse Koda teaches you and your friends or colleagues to cook with local ingredients.
Maitsete Koda offers local products made of local ingredients grown in fields, foraged in forests and caught in the sea as well as handicraft activities in Lindi handicraft workshop.
Exciting dishes typical for Southern Estonia are served in cozy Mooste Distillery.
The farm’s menu represents seasonal vegetables, berries and game depending on the hunting season.
Taste and buy fresh barley bread and rye bread at the Olustvere Bread Studio café.
Guests can experience exciting workshops that broaden horizons and taste local berries and fruits.
Worldwide famous traditional drink with a new Estonian flair.
Delicious home-cooked meals are born in our kitchen.
Organic herbal tea blends and herbs, farm shop and excursions in the herb garden.
The matrons of Tahku coastal folk are happy to instruct you on marinating your own cucumbers and making the best pickles.
Gorgeous party cakes, delicious pastries and the best ever cinnamon and coriander ‘pryanik’ honey cakes to take home a souvenir from the Peipus region… eat and enjoy!
The Wine Villa gives wine tasting courses and even teaches you how to make your own wine.
Get your hands dirty with your friends and smell the fish on your fingers by learning to cook your own fishy appetizers in Viimsi Museum of Coastal Folk.
The café with its cosy terrace will offer comfort to an empty stomach, and handicraft will help you escape from troubles.
Foods and drinks from various periods of Estonian history!