"Barrier-free" Restaurants in Tallinn

25 restaurants offering "Barrier-free" in Tallinn that are ranked highest on Falstaff's 100-point scale. All information including address, phone number and opening hours.
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Renowned Berlin chef Matthias Diether has moved to Tallinn, bringing with him a healthy dose of big-city glamour. Enchanted by the interior, the attentive service and the first promising tastes, diners are discovering that classic fine dining, often considered a little passé, is alive and well here. Matthias Diether runs his kitchen in the spirit of proper German organisation, while the dining room embodies effortless French elegance. The combination creates a refined dining experience unlike any other restaurant in Tallinn.

Staapli 4, 10415 Tallinn, Estonia

If you are here for the first time and something seems familiar, there is no reason to be surprised. Today's leading chefs of several dozen restaurants cooked their first great dishes over the same hearth, following the guidance of mentor chef Tõnis Siigur. Dishes that are considered classics here live on in other restaurants in a slightly different style. At NCH, however, they taste completely anew with each successive menu that Tõnis creates in collaboration with his mentees. NCH is at the forefront of Estonian gastronomy.

Ranna tee 3, 12112 Tallinn, Estonia

The glamorous lifestyle is rather unfamiliar to Estonia. Those who can't live without glamour look for it elsewhere, for example in Monaco. But there is one place in Tallinn that bears a strong comparison with Monaco. This restaurant is Puri in Kakumäe Marina Haven. Start with champagne and caviar, move on to sole or halibut and finish with a dessert called Malibu Club. Tallinn is just big enough for a well-run, classy restaurant to thrive, especially as the glamour is authentic and not a carbon copy from somewhere else.

Nooda tee 8, 13516 Tallinn, Estonia
Contemporary Cuisine

NOA Restaurant is the little brother of the famous NOA Chef's Hall and is located next door in the same building. The casual dining here is not far from the fine dining experience offered by NOA Chef's Hall. The view of Tallinn Bay and the Tallinn skyline is just a little more impressive. The cuisine reflects the latest trends.

Ranna tee 3, 12112 Tallinn, Estonia

Horisont is worthy of its lofty location on the 30th floor of the Swissotel. Since it opened, it has set such high standards in terms of food, drink and service that few restaurants on the ground floor can come close to matching them. The bar always offers cocktails with very exquisite flavours and the restaurant offers fine dining at the highest level. Horisont's standards are consistently high. A solid choice for entertaining.

Tornimäe 3, 10145 Tallinn, Estonia

Located in a small wooden building next to the large Kadriorg Park, the restaurant is designed to represent the Mediterranean spirit of Estonian life. The competent and always young and cheerful service will advise each guest on the most suitable dish and drink. However, the tasting menu is the restaurant's best experience.

Jaan Poska 19a, 10126 Tallinn, Estonia

Life literally follows the sun at Lore, a bistro on the pier of Noblessner's harbour. As soon as the sun comes out from behind the clouds, the bistro is filled with people wanting to eat, drink and socialise. But don't underestimate Lore on a gloomy day. If you run out of things to talk about, the food will make up for it. Eclectically prepared from local ingredients, it boldly incorporates flavours from all over the world and is paired with drinks from an extensive menu.

Peetri 12, 10415 Tallinn, Estonia

During the Soviet era, Tuljak was built in the Flower Pavilion so that the whole complex could be seen as an example of the success of socialism. In the early years of Estonia's regained independence, the Carina restaurant on this site was like a bright dream of what life would be like in the future. Now the dream has come true. Tuljak is one of the most stylish restaurants in Estonia, both inside and out, and the food and drinks are equally impressive.

Pirita tee 26e, 10127 Tallinn, Estonia

ISSEI is the only restaurant in Estonia serving Nikkei or Japanese-Peruvian fusion cuisine, which is currently making waves around the world. Located on the top floor of the Radisson Collection Hotel, guests can enjoy exotic flavours and stunning views of Tallinn's Old Town and the ocean. The restaurant's bar serves cocktails that pair well with the food.

Rävala puiestee 3, 10143 Tallinn, Estonia

The Radisson Collection Hotel's MEKK restaurant is open all day and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The breakfast is particularly rich and very representative of local flavours. Frankly, it's worth a visit even if you're not staying at the hotel. In the evenings and at lunchtime you can enjoy the unique culinary signature dishes of Rene Uusmees. He is a relentless innovator of Estonian cuisine.

Rävala puiestee 3, 10143 Tallinn, Estonia

Tall glass windows offer an impressive view of Tallinn's harbour, huge ships coming and going and the vastness of the sea. At Ocean 11, the sea is the main backdrop and creates the atmosphere. The varied menu keeps you coming back for more. To counteract the ever-changing weather, the restaurant offers delicious food, mainly seafood, prepared with great skill.

Logi 4/2, 10111 Tallinn, Estonia

OKO is not just a restaurant by the sea, it is a beach restaurant in the truest sense of the word. Champagne parties at sunset are what OKO is renowned for. Not surprisingly, OKO's food is a worthy companion to the bottles of bubbly. Unlike other beach restaurants, OKO is open all year round. It is not ideal for winter swimmers, but for those who enjoy good food with stunning sea views.

Kesk tee 27, 74001 Viimsi, Estonia

Start or finish your meal here with a snazzy cocktail. The staff will be happy to recommend one. The food has a contemporary touch and it is worth noting what the chef recommends. A homemade schnapps is an elegant way to end a sophisticated meal.

Pärnu maantee 209a, 11624 Tallinn, Estonia

Tiina Kõresoo is probably the most famous restaurateur in Estonia. Not someone who eats in her restaurant once in a while, but someone who is in one of her restaurants all the time, whether for work or leisure. Stereo Street Food is Tiina's lifestyle restaurant. If you don't find her in one of her restaurants, she is probably travelling. Not for fun, but for work. To experience exotic flavours that can't be found anywhere else in Estonia and then to introduce them in her restaurants.

Viru väljak 4, 10111 Tallinn, Estonia

Hügge is a bright restaurant with a pleasant interior, probably the most stylish in Lasnamäe, the city's busiest suburb. The food is ambitious, with each dish prepared using a variety of ingredients and cooking techniques. The result is exciting flavour combinations and a level of sophistication you wouldn't expect from Lasnamäe. And it is served all day, from early morning to late at night.

Ussimäe tee 12-1, 13914 Tallinn, Estonia

Peetri 12, 10411 Tallinn, Estonia

Rannamõisa tee 38D, 13516 Tallinn, Estonia

Viru väljak 4-6, 10111 Tallinn, Estonia

A. Laikmaa 5, 10145 Tallinn, Estonia

Rotermanni 14, 10111 Tallinn, Estonia