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White Guide 2018 Master Level restaurant
The foundation of JUUR Restaurant was inspired by nature-friendly mentality and Nordic cuisine ideas.
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
Services with EHE label
The farm has a medical plant centre, medical plants study trails, a modern teahouse, a lookout tower, a conference centre, eco-friendly spa.
Tamme Farm has a herb garden that boasts a wide variety of plants with aromatic, healing or seasoning properties.
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.
You can sample and buy delicious rabbit straight from the producers themselves.
Most of Taarapõllu Farm’s products are made exclusively of locally grown organic gardening or forest produce.
Authentic Saaremaa Product
An organic farm located in the midst of pure Saaremaa nature, where you can sample traditional foods, buy local products or take part in baking workshops, and have a nice meal.
Local mustard tastings.
Saaremaa Kadakasiirup is an experience that will make you recall true Saaremaa!
To sample the Pöide beers, you simply have to come to Saaremaa. All beers are brewed here and we can’t guarantee their availability at the mainland at all.
Saarte Sahver merchandises organic produce from Saaremaa and more remote locations. The shop has a range of interesting items produced by Estonian small enterprises whose products are not available in regular supermarkets.
Secrets of making berry and fruit wines, visits to berry gardens and wine for purchase.
All wayfarers are welcome here to eat to their hearts’ pleasure, but bigger groups should make a booking in advance.
Õllenaut brews unique craft beer with a distinctive taste and forceful character from local ingredients.
The menu of Café Noot contains dishes made with local ingredients by traditional recipes bursting with the flavours of home-made food.
Dirhami Kalatööstus is an Estonian developer, producer and marketer of fish products.
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.