Source: Mart Vares
Estonia is best known for its cute and cosy cafes located in stunning historical locations, with the selection of mouth watering pastries bound to make anyone feel like a kid in a sweet shop. Many Estonian cafes are also open late and quite a few offer gourmet style dining.
Modern rooftops, medieval courtyards and cute wooden houses on the high streets of larger Estonian towns host a range of Estonian-style cafes, elegant in appearance and romantic by nature.
Every cafe in Estonia has its own unique story to tell. Tallinn’s Gothic Old Town lures in visitors with its niche cafes specialising in handmade chocolate and marzipan, while you can relive the golden 1930s by visiting vintage style cafes scattered across smaller Estonian towns.
Estonia’s second biggest town welcomes you with classical architecture, leafy parks, riverside and bustling nightlife.
What makes Estonian restaurants stand out is our penchant for using local produce to create authentic and tasty dishes without excessive frivolities.
Estonians have always had a soft spot for sweets. Find out where to taste some of the most delectable and unique chocolate and marzipan in Europe.