Restaurant recommendations

Modern Estonian cuisine

Mere pst. 6E
Ö offers contemporary Estonian cuisine inspired by Nordic traditions.
The restaurant fosters exuberant ideas, dishes are often surprising and always delicious. Ö does not back pedal from disassembling old classics and reassembling the dishes in an all-new format. Dinner at restaurant Ö is much like a small show that has its own story to tell.

Leib. Resto ja aed (Bread. Restaurant and Garden)
Uus 31
Restaurant Leib’s family loves simple food made with heart using fresh ingredients. This house, comfortably situated in a quiet Old Town backyard and surrounded by an idyllic garden, offers the best Estonian food and, naturally, bread baked at the restaurant.

Lootsi 4
Neh is the seasonal Tallinn home of Alexander, the restaurant of Pädaste Manor that has been repeatedly elected the best restaurant in Estonia. In its urban retreat, the restaurant continues to offer culinary treats from the cuisine of the Nordic islands, using produce from small insular farmers, and keeping in mind seasonal flavors.

Pleasant evenings in the Old Town

Pikk 31
Restaurant-lounge Bollywood serves the best dishes of Indian, Thai, and Chinese cuisine while providing for a pleasurable time in a cozy atmosphere, accompanied by smooth chill out music and warm service.

Harju 1
It was the year 1963 and the Writers’ House (Kirjanike Maja) where Pegasus is located was the first modern building in Tallinn’s Old Town with the restaurant in the building boasting the most modernist interior in the whole of Estonia. Today as well, Pegasus is bursting with good ideas.
The restaurant’s menu is of Nordic inclination; everything is as green as possible and comes from Estonian small producers.

Vene 7
Ribe’s menu characteristically uses fresh, seasonal and most certainly domestic ingredients with an addition of flavors and techniques from various European cuisines.
The wine menu which includes approx. 120 wines is based on wine from the Old World.

Sauna 2
Frank is a place that its creators DJ Priit Juurmann alias DJ Julm (DJ Cruel) and artist Mary Jordan have missed as tallinnites – a bistro inspired by different flavors of the world where the food and interior are equally tasteful.

Best views of the city

Restaurant Noa and Noa’s Chef’s Place (Noa ja Noa Peakoka Saal)
Ranna tee 3
Noa, opened in 2014 and immediately elected the best restaurant in Estonia, stands out with its location right on the edge of the sea, unique architecture and interior design. In addition, the venue provides million dollar sea views and a culinary experience guaranteed not to be forgotten.

Brasserie-restaurant Teletorn (Brasserie & Restoran Teletorn)
Kloostrimetsa tee 58A
The TV Tower (Teletorn) is the tallest building in Estonia with its peak reaching as high as 314 meters. After a 49 second elevator ride, visitors step on the first floor of the viewing platform, 170 m from ground level, to enjoy 360 degree panoramic views of Tallinn. One floor higher, guests savor a variety of flavors and take in the view in the TV Tower’s brasserie and restaurant where an outdoor terrace is also open during the summer season.

For vegetarians

Aed (Garden)
Rataskaevu 8
Aed serves a versatile all-vegetarian menu in a cozy milieu filled with greenery. Portions are not overly big, yet the prices are reasonable and, most certainly, there has to be ample room in the belly for a 100% vegan dessert.

Vegan restaurant V (Vegan restoran V)
Rataskaevu 10
Estonia’s first vegan restaurant is a cozy little cafe with beautiful interior design that serves a super three course meal at a reasonable price.