Tallinn Music Week 2024 takes place on 3 – 7 April. The city festival programme will be announced in steps from February.
Until then see below for last year’s programme:
Let us help you find the way through the vibrant landscape of Estonian capital’s food culture, from Viru Food Hall in the centre, to the Old Town and North Tallinn, highlighting both the masters recognised by the Nordic restaurant guide White Guide, the greenest ones, European traditionalists and modern, fusion-confusion rebels.
The Tastes program’s rich and diverse selection of restaurants is divided into four parts: Viru Food Hall restaurant, Green Labeled restaurants, restaurants in Telliskivi Creative City and more of our favourite Tastes. You can look up all the TMW special menus and offers here as well.
Viru Food Hall
Spring is here, and Viru Food Hall is also blossoming with fresh flavours. A sailing trip in the Caribbean, a stroll through the bustling streets of Seoul or a resting stop on the sweet island of Hawaii? The kitchen heroes of the Food Hall have put together a spring menu bursting with freshness from a selection of flavours from around the world. This guide will help you explore the endless map of their new dishes.
Viru Food Hall’s terracce will open in the beginning of May, and from the 1st of May, the opening hours will be extended: Mon – Fri 11am – 9pm and Fri – Sat 11am – 10pm
All spring menus are 10% off with the password VIRU MAITSED.
Address: Viru väljak 4
Viru Food Hall restaurants
Bliss believes food should be delicious and enjoyable for the body and soul.
Bliss’ harbinger of spring offers healthiness, speed and freshness, The pea protein “tuna” salad, contains 0% fish, but 100% taste. Enjoy crunchy iceberg lettuce, fluffy rice, bitter onion, juicy cherry tomato, lively lemon, spring dill, pickles and vegan homemade mayonnaise sauce.
Bliss – fast, convenient, tasty, and healthy!
The menu at the Restaurant CHI is based on Thai, Chinese and Indian cuisine. A great and rich menu with many choices of fish, meat and vegetables contains spicy, less spicy, and non-spicy dishes. Delicious food is cooked from fresh raw materials by professional chefs from Asia. You are welcomed by our friendly staff and pleasant atmosphere.
Enjoy the dishes onsite or order to home.
Fast food a la carte, which is on the recommendation list of the Nordic restaurant guide White Guide, treats you to juicy burgers and refreshing craft drinks under the leadership of chef Dmitri Fomenko. In anticipation of spring, the restaurant’s menu was expanded with new dishes. A true game of flavours takes place in the beef tartare, which is made from genuine Estonian farm cattle, complemented by luxurious caviar, fresh arugula, vibrant egg yolk, crispy onion and charming garlic. The chicken burger offers more filling, in which a delicious chicken thigh patty, playful savoy cabbage, a mischievous Muscovado pear and a delicious mustard aioli come together between a warm bun. As a side dish, a combo of blanched Turkish beans, mini broccoli, green peas and seeds brings a play of spring colours to the plate.
The menu of Kebaboom is based on the concept of healthy fast food delivered to customers in a few minutes. The food choices are simple, clear and honest.
Healthy street food for spring comes with the new slack jaw wrap. An explosion of flavours from fresh and high-quality ingredients combines chicken or beef, pickled cucumber, cheddar, onion, jalapeno, parsley, sumac and delicious artisan fries.
KimiJimi Food Club
KimiJimi takes you on a unique taste journey to premium street food from Vietnam, Thai, Korea and Japan, served in a smart casual environment. Appetizing rice and chicken cooked with basil with balancing creamy honey and the flying avocado Boba. A paradise of flavours!
Kolm Tilli pizza & pasta
Kolm Tilli is a restaurant inspired by the wide array of street food around the world. The underlying concept is the preparation of street food; an open kitchen is the heart of it all, comprising a station for making fresh pasta and a wood-fired pizza oven. Guests can observe the best Neapolitan-style pizzas and handmade pasta being prepared before their very eyes. We live and breathe the rhythm of street food.
The flagship pizza and pasta kitchen greets spring with a light and fresh pizza with juicy zucchini, melt-in-your-mouth stracchino and luxurious burrata. A hot bite that flies you straight to Italy!
Külm Farmer’s Ice Cream
Külm’s handmade ice cream is crafted in a partnership between Nopri farm with the purest milk in Estonia, and Joel Ostrat, the chef with the clearest singing voice in Estonia.
The name Farmer’s Ice Cream refers to the origin of the milk – the happy Nopri cows in Võrumaa county. Külm enjoys combining various tastes, both local and from further away.
The mojito-strawberry-pineapple ice cream cocktail explodes with spring colours and gorgeous flavors. Complimented by a delicious waffle, mojito ice cream, strawberries, rich strawberry jam and coconut chips.
The best flavors of the Middle East and the Mediterranean cuisine.
Meze dishes are inspired by Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine. All the ingredients are exactly as described in the original recipes. The dishes are always made from the spot from fresh and tasty ingredients. As foods are served they are appetizing, versatile and colorful – ideal healthy vitamin charges for the Estonian climate.
The word “meze” was used as early as the 13th century in the Ottoman Empire. In Greek it means snacks and these are always enjoyed with friends at a leisurely pace. In Greece, good company is valued as highly as the food eaten, which is why Meze is an important part of Greek life.
Meet your new favourite beer dealer — it’s Mikkeller! Straight from Copenhagen, modern and quirky; checking all the boxes for the perfect hang out spot. Vibrant selection of beers on tap with a frequent rotation will always keep you excited for the next visit.
This spring Mikkeller treats you with a delightfully crunchy and playful Seoul crispy chicken burger. An uplifting symphony is born with a hefty bun, Mikkeller Ramen To Biiru Yuzu, a beer with a slightly acidic and strong aftertaste, or the fruity, slightly wheat-free Mikkeller Drinkin The Sun.
Beloved MySushi restaurant has been operating for ten years and is now waiting for visitors in the new Viru Food Hall. Now it´s possible to spend more time with family and friends – just place an order at the checkout and choose your favourite spot in the food court or enjoy your meal on a sunny terrace in warme rtimes. There are also first-class hookahs and delicious cocktails on offer!
Spring menu’s Muzaka Maki combines the underwater world with eel, seaweed, avocado, philadelphia, tobiko, sesame and unagi sauces. Giant prawns and garlic-ginger sauce offer healthy competition.
A speciality coffee roastery in Tallinn where coffee is not just commodity. They source some of the best coffee beans in the world, and truly mean THE BEST!
For Paper Mill it’s important that the supply chain is transparent. They only use suppliers who are working closely with farmers, helping them to earn dignified income and invest to continue producing quality into the future.
Coffee tastes better when you know where it comes from!
Paper Mill believes in sustainability and thinks green.
Paper Mill is for EVERYONE.
The only cafe in the world that specializes solely in making the Pavlova cake. There are more then 20 different variations of this dessert, but here they all made right in front of you as classical Pavlova should be.
Pavlova has expanded its signature selection with new experiences. A crunchy crust on the bottom and a soft meringue on the inside amazes with a pistachio-raspberry flavour that offers an idyllic balance to the authentic whipped cream and berry/fruit combo.
These bowls inspired by Hawaiian kitchen are ultra delicious and give you strength and energy for a long day. Everything is prepared immediately right in front of you.
Poke Powl treats vitamin-hungry spring visitors with a sunny yellow mango smoothie and a spicy chicken wrap. The golden drink scares away the last winter worries, and the versatile wrap ensures effective boost.
Samsa Family Bakers
Samsa Family Bakers – Soul and History. Did you know that in remote, sunny Tashkent, pilaf is cooked late at night so that those who have to rush off to work erly in the morning can start the day enjoying their favorite dish. Besides the Uzbek delicacies you can also experience the warmth and comfort of the Bakers’ large culinary family that respects the traditions of its ancestors and therefore always puts quality and visitors’ enjoyment first. Come enjoy the unique masterpieces of Uzbek cuisine at Samsa Family Bakers!
Stereo Street Food
The best tastes in the world come from the street!
Stereo Street Food brings us vibrant and innovative street tastes of a new generation, inspired above all by South American traditions and heritage, but also inspired by other street food Meccas of the world, using the gifts of our local Nordic nature to createg a street fusion bursting with tastes. The restaurant introduces refreshingly spicy chicken taquitos in its spring menu, which are prepared in an exotic Caribbean style. Your taste buds will thank you for this unique blend of spices, herbs and rhythms!
Green Labeled restaurants
The meeting place at the end of the Kopli district. A place where the entire menu is designed for sharing and the wine list is dedicated to natural wine. Inspiration is found in different parts of the world, always using as much organic raw materials as possible from small farms in Estonia.
Address: Marati 5
This restaurant in Old Town offeris modern Estonian cuisine and values pure ingredients, with its menu reflecting the long traditions of our national cuisine along with the newest gastronomic trends.
Fresh rye bread with hemp seeds, artisanal ice cream, properly matured dairy calf meat and vegetables from Estonian fields are on offer. The selection includes Nordic wines and homemade lemonades, and beer lovers will also find their faves in the menu. At the heart of the restaurant is a unique glass-walled kitchen where you can watch the food being cooked. Farm’s interior reflects the cozy environment for enjoying food typical of a prosperous farm.
Address: Müürivahe 27b
Discover authentic dishes of Indian cuisine!
Guru restaurant on Aia Street, on the outskirts of Tallinn’s Old Town does not resemble any other restaurant in town. Guru has warm, subtle style of service and modern ambiance.
Its menu consists of delicious and well-known, as well as lesser-known Indian dishes, which are presented in a modern way, and the chefs change the spiciness level of the dishes exactly according to your wishes. Guru’s selection includes several plant-based dishes, and it is with its vegan options that Guru has also earned the coveted Green Label. Guru’s carefully selected wine list, a unique craft cocktail menu, an open, sophisticated service style, and contemporary music playing in the background guarantee something more than just a dinner.
Guru was elected as Best Indian Restaurant in 2022 by International Dining Awards
10% discount from à la carte menu and drinks with the TMW pass.
Address: Aia 10A
Kolm Sibulat – Three Onions
A lovely fusion restaurant on the border of Kalamaja and Pelgulinn.
The menu blends both fast and slow cooking – combinig the best qualities of them both. You can find ramen-inspired noodle dishes, Middle Eastern pearl coucous, Mediterranean hummus, Thai inspired red lentil soup and spicy Korean kimchi cabbage.
Three Onions tend to define their cuisine as “fusion-confusion” as it depends heavily on which part of the world the wind blows their inspiration from. The only thing that is certain is that everything that comes out of their kitchen is made with love!
Two course TMW green menu 15€
Arancini from mushroom and smoked cheese risotto, truffle mayonnaise
Red lentils and coconut cream soup with lemongrass
Two course TMW special menu 18€
Three Onions’ ramen style noodles, duck confit, chicken broth, tare sauce, vegetables, shimeji mushrooms, egg
Vanilla-flavoured panna cotta with raspberry jam
10% discount from the final bill with TWM wristband or ticket.
Address: Telliskivi 2
“Lee” as a word describes ancient Estonian communal fireplace around which life would
vividly simmer and crackle; a place to prepare and share delicious meals. Lee, the restaurant is inspired by the very same primeval joy for life, gathering around the tables to share food and tell tales. The centrepiece of Lee’s menu is an ever-evolving local artisan produce combined with international skill and playful curiosity.
Lee’s kitchen is guided by Canadian born Japanese chef Hiro Takeda who arrived to Estonia from Europe’s culinary capital Copenhagen. Cooperation between the chef and the sommeliers’ team is Lee’s another stronghold – its extensive wine list is ever-changing and wine by the glass options support the menu with matching wines.
Three course TMW special menu 45€
Tamagoyaki, burnt leek’s emulsion, salted radish, crispy potato
Pähkla trout, umami tempura, roasted leek, dash butter sauce
Kohuke, fermented plum, mushroom caramel
Address: Uus 31
Lendav Maaler is a Georgian restaurant and cultural space that offers modernised traditional cuisine, an exceptional selection of Georgian wines and cocktails, music events, photo exhibitions and art events. The name and concept of the restaurant are inspired by the painting “The Flying Painter” by one of the founders of Georgian modernism Petre Otskheli.
Its chefs strive to modernise classic flavours while staying true to their roots. An exclusive selection of high-quality Georgian wines, including carefully selected Qvevri wines produced by small family-owned wineries. is the undoubted highlight of the restaurant.
Special offer for two
Georgian snack board and two glasses of wine 20€
Chicken liver pate board and two glasses of wine 20€
TMW special cocktail 6€
Address: Kentmanni 4
Modern Slavic food with great passion!
MOON [mo:n] means poppy in Estonian. It’s quite an unusual name for a restaurant… Even more unexpected is the location – mentally very far from fancy Old Town, at the same time so close to the sea and very much in the centre.
Now already ten years ago head chefs Roman and Igor decided to quit their careers pursuing high end gastronomy goals and to go back to their culinary roots. Thus Moon was born. They try to be as down to earth as possible, which is often a bigger challenge than fine dining, as simple products demand much more attention to be able to shine. Their food mantras – simple, honest, local and sustainable – are all presented to you in a Nordic style behind the hidden corner of the wooden Kalamaja suburb.
Their spirit has been recognized by industry professionals with the White Guide Nordic Silverspoon Gastronomy Award.
Festival menu combo 30€
Deep fried and rye crusted Baltic herring with pickled beet, raspberry vinegar and ramson aioli
Duck breast with onion gnocchi, fermented zucchini, sweet corn and duck jus
10% discount from the final bill with TMW wristband or ticket.
Address: Võrgu 3
Green and lively oasis in the midst of beautiful Rotermanni quarter makes you shift into vacation mode while enjoying delicious and healthy vegan food prepared with lots of love. At Oasis you can also enjoy live music and DJ-s or educational talk-shows. It is not the restaurant’s goal to convert you into vegan but rather to share our passion for pure tastes and wholesome vegan food, at the same time contributing towards creating better and a more sustainable future together.
At the adjacent vegan shop you can find a nice choice of products – from vegan cheeses, hummus, (raw)cakes and gluten-free buckwheat bread to food supplements and health care products.
Address: Rotermanni 14
An excellent seafood restaurant with an unparalleled sea view, located in the Tallinn Port cruise terminal – on one side the sea and on the other side the harbour. It has floor-to-ceiling windows that create a spacious sea view and make the restaurant pleasantly bright.
Most of our delicacies come from the sea and ocean, but forest and farm products and meat dishes are also represented. Our chef Mihkel Kalbus highly values domestic and seasonal ingredients and combines traditional cooking methods with modern with technologies.
2 large terraces are also open during the summer season.
TMW special menu 40€
Marinated herrings from Pärnu bay, sweet and sour peet, Crafters’ cucumber, black bread, herring roe and till sauce
Estonian beef gourmet burger, brioche, truffle cheese from Viinamärdi, onion-port wine jam, umami sauce
Hiiumaa’s elder crème brûlée, spelt flour crisp, marinated blueberries mustiad
Address: Logi 4/2
Orangerie is a stylish meeting place in the heart of the city, where you can have a quick morning coffee, pastry and/or porridge, eat a steak of the day with a colleague or treat yourself to dinner from a predominantly French menu. It is also perfect for wine or a couple of cocktails. A cafe-restaurant with a pleasant vibe, where time tends to stand still.
Address: Rotermanni 5
At Paju Villa they like to keep things compact and approachable, from the menu to interior and garden. Yet it’s all spiced up with rich details, in a quest to create a worthy destination. Not only for foodies, but for family dinners too.
Chef Heldur Hillak has the ability to offer visitors small taste surprises. Every time you can’t figure out why a dish tastes so good – whether it’s a little Asian twist or passionate dedication. Probably both. One thing is certain – you can always be satisfied with the result!
Paju Villa is part of the Siigur Restaurant Family, which also includes NOA, NOA Chef’s Hall, OKO, Tuljak, Haapsalu Kuursaal, POKO in Pärnu and TOKO in Tartu.
Tallinn Music Week special menu vol1 64€
Salmon ceviche with recommended alcohol free cocktail: Sparkling grapefruit
Marunaka beef with recommended alcohol free cocktail: Blueberry forest
Tallinn Music Week special menu vol2 68€
Salmon ceviche with sommelier recommended wine
Marunaka beef with sommelier recommended wine
Address: Vabaduse pst 88
Zesty and funky restaurant in the Old Town of Tallinn. They love your company and the energy of being together! They appreciate and value highly the produce of local and organic farmers. Peet Ruut is currently also the only organically certified restaurant in Estonia, valued for its simple and honest, sustainable and bold style. Most of the dishes in the menu are suitable for sharing, all wines are organic and natural.
All badge owners will receive a 15% discount from the final bill.
Address: Rataskaevu 8
Rudolf Tobias was the first Estonian professional composer. Driven by life-affirming frame of mind and his passion for greatness, the main tune of his life was his belief in a better future.
Named after this great man, Rudolf restaurant owns one of the oldest cookbooks in Estonia, filled with great recipes from classical French cuisine. Its staff has gathered a lot of inspiration from Tobias’ travels around Europe and aims to bring you the best of modern French and European cuisine. Having been trained in the Michelin star restaurant, Rudolf’s Chef de cuisine Sten Märtin considers French cuisine to be the base of all modern cooking. It’s crucial to have clean, crisp, and distinctive flavours where all the dishes come together as art on the plate. “Fall in love with the process & the results will come“, is his favourite quote and guidance.
Good food can only be an experience with wonderful wines, cocktails and service. Erik Tammeleht, the associate of the French restaurant service organisation Coupe Georges Baptiste and member of the Estonian Bartenders Association is in charge of better experience at Rudolf.
Musical menu in Rudolf restaurant dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the birth of Rudolf Tobias
“Julius Caesar” 13€
shrimp / parmesan / Caesari sauce
*R. Tobias ouverture „Julius Caesar” (1896)
“Otsekui hirv” 29€
deer / potato cream / mushrooms / cognac sauce
Otsekui hirv” is Rudolf Tobias’ work for mixed choir and an organ and was performed in *2019 at the XVII Estonian Song Festival. It was created in 1904 from Psalm 42.
mille feuille a’ la Rudolf
*Created in 1913, character pieces for solo piano from “Neli väikest pala klaverile” (“Kevadlauluke”, “Valss”, “Sõnadeta laul” ja “Menuett”)
Address: R. Tobiase 11-1
The tiny basement space on the corner of Vase and Faehlmanni Streets is more like a cozy home with an open kitchen than an establishment that you are used to call a restaurant. The hostess Tiina Kõresoo has managed it for a decade and is a real example of how stubbornness in doing one’s business and finding good people is more important than studying diligently at a cooking school. Even though many of its staff are taking their first steps in the world of food and, according to the hostess, “Salt will never become a fine dining restaurant with white tablecloth, where every detail is weighed right down to the microgram”, the Nordic White Guide has placed it among the 100 best eateries in the region.
The young and ambitious chef Marko Kaljend has grown out of the very same kitchen, in which he now freestyling. using the wonders of flora and fauna from all over the world, combining the cultures of different worlds on the plate with local traditions and conjuring explosive flavours from simple ingredients
10% discount from the whole menu for TMW pass/ticket holders.
Address: Vase 14
“Smak” means “taste” in Swedish. For this restaurant with peculiar choice it means flavours cultivated from high-quality and seasonal ingredients. Whether it is a business meal, a family gathering or a special occasion, you are always welcome to come and enjoy its tasty food and relaxed atmosphere.
Highlighted by the Michelin Guide, SMAK sets the table with traditional flavors, cozy interior and sincere service. The makers of SMAK are united by the belief that the best dishes are cooked with passion and vivid imagination, which is why here, both in the kitchen and in the hall, only one statement is followed: good taste is born with a good mood and a good mind. If the eyes are sparkling and the mouth is smiling, then the flavors are also strong, the produce is fresh and the coffee is rich. SMAK’s goal is to exceed both its own and the visitor’s expectations, and this is carried out daily by a pleasant team that cares, helps and supports each other. Welcome home! Welcome to SMAK!
TMW special menu
Potato roast with ramson-sour cream sorbet 10€
Pike cutlet with cucumber-radish salad, värske kurgi ja redise salat, horseradish sauce, potato roast 14€
Seasonal asparagus, estragon béarnaise sauce 14€
Quail, ramson gnocchi, quail-cep sauce and cheese from Andre’s farm 24€Linnase’ brûlée, Vana Tallinn cherry liqueur sorbet 8€
Address: Lootsi 10-3
Ülo is a modern restaurant both in terms of interior design, communication and service style, and of course food. There is more than usual interest in vegetarian food, but meat and fish eaters will also find something to their liking on the menu.
There is also something for everyone on the wide drink menu. Ülo’s cocktails are particularly tasty, and the line includes a special cocktail made for TMW, which is inspired by music and beautiful souls. You can peek into the kitchen through the window in the wall, and almost all the tables in the restaurant are situated by the window, therefore allowing you to wave to passers-by while enjoying your food.
Address: Kopli 16
Restaurants in Telliskivi Creative City
Põhja Konn is the newest member of the Põhjala brewery. They get inspiration for brewing their beers from the local brewing heritage, nature and Estonian cuisine. Põhja Konn brews well-known and modern beer styles, adding to their approach either in the form of unexpected ingredients or long maturation in oak barrels.
Address: Telliskivi 60a/5
Cafe-bakery Fika in Telliskivi Creative City offers a cozy atmosphere, speciality coffee, freshly baked pastries and mouth-watering grilled sandwiches. The purpose of Fika is to create a space in which you can take a conscious break in your day, enjoy the moment and meet friends.
Address: Telliskivi 60a/1
La Muu – Telliskivi Ice Cream Shop
La Muu was founded to help Priit overcome a childhood trauma when an ice cream making that started off well, ended in a shock when the boy discovered that you need a special machine to freeze the ice cream! The boy swore that when he grows up and gets rich he will buy the frickin’ ice cream maker to complete the once failed mission. In reality, La Muu was launched so Rasmus could find something to do after a sudden and a rather confusing layoff from a highly prestigious position in a big bank
Whatever the reasons, in 2012 two friends – Rasmus Rask and Priit Mikelsaar – decided to establish a company with a mission to improve organic production in Estonia. Priit had been running an eco-store chain Biomarket for a few years, never quite understanding why most of the organic products sold in his store were from Germany even though there were many diligent organic farmers in Estonia. Together they started tinkering a plan to set the wheels in motion for Estonia’s very own organic production. Ice cream seemed an ideal flagship of the sort as its all main ingredients (milk, cream, eggs, berries and fruit) were available for purchase from Estonian organic farmers. Done and dusted!
Address: Telliskivi 60a/5
Restaurant in the heart of Telliskivi Creative City – it is art and entertainment, fascinating nightlife, and cuisine inspired by Asian flavours. Its windows offer an unusual view of the freight trains, thus, it is not a typical Asian restaurant – it is more open and urban. Come and let yourself be surprised!
Address: Telliskivi 60a/6
Specialty gourmet with Latin- America flavours offers some of the most popular South and North American sandwiches in town!
Local and Chilean co-founders are committed to provide originality, the freshest of ingredients and the best of meats in their products, including in their homemade bread.
In addition to good food, their mission is to introduce and increase the gourmet food truck culture and presence in Estonia and stay open till the late hours on weekends.
Address: Telliskivi 60a
A popular restaurant in an imposing century-old industrial building. A phenomena of Tallinn’s food culture. A family-friendly community meeting place that attracts with its architectural grandeur, fine cuisine, relaxed atmosphere and friendliness.
Address: Telliskivi 60a
All-vegetable hamburger patties. To all.
Aadress: Telliskivi 60a
Café Fotografiska Tallinn
Exhibition experiences require time and space to be reflected upon. Fotografiska Tallinn has a cosy café on the ground floor with a healthy breakfast menu, a seasonal main menu and its own in-house baked goods so you can take a moment to enjoy being.
What’s more, you’ll find a sommelier-recommended wine or beer on the menu to accompany various meals, and on Sundays the café hosts a brunch with a sustainable menu.
Goma Caesar & rhubarb-coconut ball 9€
Grilled sandwich & smoothie 11€
Address: Telliskivi 60a-8
More of our favourite Tastes
Viru Burger X Volta Resto
Tasty, juicy, freshly cooked burger – you can find this delicious and rich meal on Viru Burger’s menu.
The chef Mart Klaas, is a top master with a fine dining background, who has mixed flavours in both Art Priori and Wöse restaurants. Now he makes exceptionally delicious burgers in Viru Burger restaurants, and has been noted in the the Nordic restaurants’ White Guide three times: in 2021, 2022 and 2023. This gives you confidence that Viru Burger’s offer is of a highest quality.
Address: Tööstuse 47d
Japandi flavour combinations follow the classic principles of Japanese cuisine, combined with Scandinavian ingredients and cooking techniques. The main focus of the restaurant is on nature, local and fresh ingredients and pure flavours. Every ingredient on the plate plays the leading role, yet fitting together nicely. Restaurant Noho is located in the centre of Tallinn, on the ground floor of the Nordic Hotel Forum.
Address: Nordic Hotel Forum ground floor (Viru väljak 3)
A workshop for breakfast, lunch and dinner in the Uus Maailm (New World) district of Tallinn. Sourdough rocks in its bakery.
Address: Toom-Kuninga 21
The menu is based on genuine and simple Italian kitchen, serving pizzas, pastas, salads, antipasti and desserts. With several vegan and vegetarian options, there’s something for all tastes. Paying extra attention to the freshness and quality of raw products, its international slogan is “Vapiano – Home of Freshness”.
The long oak tables are designed for interaction – sharing moments with friends, family or simply with other guests. Conversation comes easy in good company, where all are talking, laughing, and of course, having a wonderful dining experience. It’s a perfect setting for a quick lunch, an afternoon break or a pleasant dinner.
With the code TMW2023 all TMW guests will receive a 10% discount from Vapiano Foorum and Solaris main menu.
Va Piano – take it easy!
Aadress: Hobujaama 10; Estonia pst 9
Kampai by Kim Mikkola is an izakaya-inspired modern food bar.. It is a piece of Tokyo on the Noblessner waterfront. The friendly buzz and relaxed atmosphere mixed with a frisky interior and only the best of the Japanese cuisine. You never get quite used to Kampai, but you never feel like a stranger here. Many friends and excellent top quality food and drink – this is a night in a Japanese izakaya. You no longer have to travel to the other side of the Earth to experience it, because it’s right here in Kai.
Address: Peetri 12
Whoever says “dumpling” here, gets their bill doubled. At least that is written on the menu board. The Kurze is a place where Dagestan and Georgian cuisines meet with a wine selection from Europe. The Kurze is located between a railroad and a tramway and its unusual location with the rich tastes will leave a memorable experience.
Address: Kopli 23