20. October 2015
A tiny taste of Belgium has come to Tallinn, in the form of De Vos, a bakery, confectionary and restaurant. All pastries are made from organic Estonian grain. Most of the flour is ground using a stone mill. The bakery is open on weekdays from 7.30, an hour later on Saturday and Sunday from 10.
Tallinn’s restaurant culture was on the agenda again in Turu 09.30 -4.10 at the Food & Fun Market event and was attended by the chef Ranno Paukson of restaurant Ö as well as Bartender Agu Koit.
TRW 2015 or Tallinn’s restaurant week will take place again from November 1-7. The event takes part in dozens of restaurants offering lunches and dinners at special prices. For more information you can find addresses and make bookings at http://www.tallinnrestaurantweek.ee. Bookings are a must.
The Savoy Boutique Hotel won the “Travel Oscar” from the World Travel Awards in recognition for being the best Estonian boutique Hotel for the third year in a row. The hotel’s restaurant, Mekk specialises in modern Estonian cuisine.
In early November, the Vihula Manor is hosting a northern European week. This year’s theme is Denmark. The hotel’s current owner is not only Danish, but Danes have a history in Estonia that dates back to the 1100s. Jesper Brinkløv, a well known chef from Denmark will be in attendance. During the week, you can also see Sören Kent’s paintings and ceramics.
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