This upscale steakhouse has some of the best meat and seafood options in Tallinn.
“Another nice cafe on my street, although it gets a bit busy and crowded in the evenings.”
“ The Museum of Estonian Architecture has a permanent exhibition of the models of the city, providing an overview of Estonian architecture in the 20th century. In order to supplement the exhibition, the museum has ordered new models and brought out old ones from its storage from time to time, keeping the exhibition fresh.”
“One of my favorites restaurants who care about the environment and most of the ingredients are from local Estonian farms. Very delicious and amazing service! Kaks Kokka is the younger brother of Restaurant Ö. The diner is led by two head chefs from Saaremaa, Ranno Paukson and Martin Meikas; this place is worth keeping in mind. Kaks Kokka is a place that is always changing and is never exactly the same. The character of Kaks Kokka is not defined by state borders or compass directions – everything is based on excellent, fresh and mostly Estonian ingredients. ”
“This is the best vantage point for viewing Tallinn's fairytale Town Wall and towers, St. Olav's Church and the harbor area.”
“Italian food heaven at the beginning of Kalamaja area in the newly opened exciting Tallinn Creative Hub. Very industrial-looking interior is warm, modern and cosy. Food on the menu is mostly Italian. Outdoor terrace open during the warmer weather. Korsten or chimney in English can literally be seen in most parts of the city. The chimney belonged to power station that closed in 1979. Today the area is taken over by the Tallinn Creative Hub. ”