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"Jaama Trahter" serves delicious home-made 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.
In accordance with the history of Alatskivi Castle, three different styles of cooking is served: Manor cuisine, Estonian cuisine and Scottish cuisine.
Secrets of making berry and fruit wines, visits to berry gardens and wine for purchase.
We value the ingredients that we grow ourselves or purchase nearby!
The only producer of blue and white mold cheese in Estonia.
Delicious cheeses made from full-fat milk.
Syrups, juices, chanterelle powder and forest berry sweets.
Mamma Tiiu’s expertise in coastal cuisine and matron Mare’s contemporary and innovative take on cooking results in pleasurable 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.
Delicious pastries from one-woman bakery in Ida-Viru County.
Õllenaut brews unique craft beer with a distinctive taste and forceful character from local ingredients.
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.
Anyone can go back in time to 1930s accompanied by the music of the period as well as the scent of freshly ground coffee and pastries piping hot out of the oven in one of the oldest buildings in Otepää.
Café Grand is the oldest continuously operating café in Pärnu: from 1934 to this day.
This old-fashioned café lets you reminiscence about the good old days of the kolkhoz – the building, interior and details from the soviet times will bring back memories.
The menu of Café Noot contains dishes made with local ingredients by traditional recipes bursting with the flavours of home-made food.
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.