The Very Best Local Restaurants in Tallinn

Don’t they say that the surest path to discovering a place’s culture runs through the stomach? Our Tallinn locals feel the same and they’re eager to share their favorite spots for breakfast, lunch, dinner, casual spots, fine dining, traditional kitchen, ethnic cuisine and everything in between — all without breaking the bank. When it comes to the best food in town, you’re in safe, expert hands with these restaurants.

Gotsu – Kyuho’s kitchen

Gotsu – Kyuho’s kitchen

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“Gotsu” is one of not many Korean restaurants in Tallinn. If you like spicy food, I definitely recommend going for the burning kimchi stew. Pets allowed.

Full Article by Diana Pashkovich

Hell Hunt – Probably the best pub in town

Hell Hunt – Probably the best pub in town

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“Hell Hunt” is my go-to option when I just can’t come up with any ideas of where to go for a drink or food in Tallinn. A chaotic, cheerful pub/restaurant.

Full Article by Nikolai Ostashov

Hotokas – Hot dogs

Hotokas – Hot dogs

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“Hotokas” is Tallinn’s, and Estonia’s, first hot dog restaurant! I recommend grabbing one of their yummy creations and having it at the nearby Deer Park…

Full Article by Diana Pashkovich

Jah, Kallis – Fine restaurant on the outskirt

Jah, Kallis – Fine restaurant on the outskirt

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“Jah, Kallis” in Tallinn, or ‘Yes, Darling’, is a really local restaurant, in that locals come here. I like their international & varied Estonian menu…

Full Article by Eduard Kärstna

Kaja Pizza Köök – Pizza kitchen

Kaja Pizza Köök – Pizza kitchen

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“Kaja Pizza Köök” is the most hyped pizza restaurant in Tallinn. They close when they’re out of dough, so come early, get a local beer and enjoy the day!

Full Article by Diana Pashkovich

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