The Best Restaurants with 1 Falstaff-Gabel(n) in Tallinn

14 restaurants with 1 Falstaff fork(s) 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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Nõmme is the most sought-after district in Tallinn. Paju Villa is a prime example of the neighbourhood's elegance. Stylish, with a large shady garden where it is pleasant to sit in the summer months. In winter, Paju offers all the privacy of a private residence with a variety of dining rooms. The well-groomed service team adds to the overall experience. The food is well presented and of excellent taste.

Vabaduse puiestee 88, 11617 Tallinn, Estonia

Pull started out as a steakhouse, but later changed its concept to casual fine dining. At least that is how they describe their cuisine. One of the restaurant's most memorable dishes is duck heart, served in a stone bowl with pak choi and carrots in a hearty broth. The shi soup is also unique, with tomato paste and mustard adding a unique twist to the traditional cabbage broth.

Rotermanni 2, 10111 Tallinn, Estonia

Mon Repos is a restaurant located in an impressive villa. The menu offers some traditional recipes as well as more exclusive contemporary delicacies. The dishes are prepared using the most delicious and exquisite ingredients. From time to time, glamorous events are held on the Chef's Floor, where guests gather as was customary when the villa was built in the 19th century.

Narva maantee 92, 10127 Tallinn, Estonia

Põhjala Brewery has been named one of the top 100 breweries in the world. If you want to see how world-class beer is made, take a look at the brewery through the windows of the dining room. Põhjala beer has played a major role in making Estonian beer culture richer and more diverse. The Tap Room's Texas-style dishes are now doing the same for food culture.

Peetri 5, 10415 Tallinn, Estonia

The Kurze is a Dagestani restaurant. The number of restaurants from this part of the world is dwindling. This alone makes it worthwhile to find out what makes The Kurze different. The chef is particularly skilled in the preparation of lamb dishes. The eclectic décor adds to the dining experience.

Kopli 23, 10412 Tallinn, Estonia

Tsunft deserves the title of the most rapidly changing restaurant in Estonia. A returning guest can be almost certain that the experience will be very different from the last time. One thing that definitely stays the same is the high quality of the food and drinks. And when it comes to breakfast, Tsunft is the restaurant to go to in the city.

Toom-Kuninga 21, 10122 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

A burger with champagne? The pizza and burger restaurant Jahu is not afraid of bold ideas. This audacity challenges the beliefs of the people of Tallinn, because eating a quality burger or pizza with a glass of champagne at a table in front of a restaurant is something new in this city.

Pärnu maantee 15, 10141 Tallinn, Estonia
Luxury / High End

Mix is a family-run restaurant. The knowledgeable staff serve the kind of food to suit all tastes. At lunchtime a set menu offers a sumptuous lunch. In the evening, the a la carte menu offers a variety of world flavours. The restaurant's motto is to offer guests what we would like to experience ourselves.

Vana-Posti 11/13, 10146 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