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Telliskivi 60a, 10412 Tallinn, Estonia
Number one destination in the Uber-hip Telliskivi Quarter, a former industrial complex offering a cool collection of art spaces, chic independent shops and fabulous restaurants & cafes & bars.
F H’s Industrial-chic with a contemporary twist offers quality menu choices; their Mixed Quatro Bruschetta board was just amazing! their home-made meat balls, mashed potato and blackcurrant jam-sauce was sublime and their Salmon Steak was just divine, there’s also a wide selection of succulent burgers, delicious salads and mouth watering desserts and a large selection of craft beers, the usual spirits and a large list of cocktails, if that’s your thing.
The funky warehouse interiors are relaxed with vintage furniture galore, a large bar that spans the length of the restaurant and very high ceilings that make the space feel light, bright and airy and all topped off with a buzzy & lively atmosphere.
F-Hoone is not only a magnet for the young and hip, the clientele cover all age groups and ‘everyone’ is welcome! Its casual during the day and still-casual for dinner and drinks during the evening, the foods great quality and the prices are really good too.
A great place to while away an afternoon or evening, eating, drinking and socialising, Loved it!
Mere puiestee 1, 10111 Tallinn, Estonia
A totally unique and fun-filled Asian-fusion restaurant in a large beautiful traditional wooden building (originally built as a pharmacy 150 years ago!) & right in the heart of Tallinn, not to be missed.
With extremely quirky designer interiors and novel furniture in every room (even in the stair wells!) there is something cool & kitsch to feast your eyes on in every corner, there’s even a large bubbling fish tank with beautiful & unusual exotic fish floating around in it, oh & an original Barbie doll in there with the fish, of course!
Don’t forget to look up! The extravagant kitsch chandelier complete with human arms sprouting from it and the baroque tongue-in-cheek inspired ceiling fresco in the main dining room depicting an array of world famous characters will also keep you very busy all night, trying to identify all of the many colourful and famous faces adorning it!
Every single course was exceptional too, the spicy calamari, trio of mixed spring rolls and the dim-sum were all top notch, we also decided to try their house special Pad-Thai and their Seafood Green Curry were both exceptional in both presentation and flavour, even the steamed coconut rice was extra special!
Our dinner was accompanied by delicious OTT Mocktails, which seemed only right! Vivid in colour, extravagant in presentation and explosive in flavour.
All in all we loved Tai Boh and we think you will too, a trip to Tallinn wouldn’t be the same without a ‘fabulous’ meal in the ‘fabulous’ Tai Boh.
The food, the ambience, the décor, the service and the immaculate attention from the staff were all ‘excellent’
Little tip: book ahead, you will be disappointed if you don’t get in!.
Highly recommended by www.ificould.co.uk
Telliskivi 60a, 10412 Tallinn, Estonia
Loved Frenchy! A super cosy French run unique little restaurant in the equally cool Telliskivi Quarter of Tallinn.
The short, inspired & modernised French classic menu ticked all the boxes, the goose pate with accompanying pickled vegetable pots were delish and the tasty garlic bread that came with it, just kept coming, all very nice. We chose the Duck Confit with a rich red wine Jus and chunky fries and the Meat ball Cassoulet as our mains and both were mouth wateringly good! not to mention the sweet crème brûlée too!
Great sized portions of quality ingredients and at reasonable prices, with all products apparently imported directly from France by the Chef including all cheeses & meats and all served up by the super friendly and helpful waiters.
Lunch, dinner, inside, outside Frenchy is great and well worth making an effort for and of course there is the French wine, either by the bottle (yes!) or just the glass, it’s entirely your shout.
Loved the retro inspired interiors too, with original Vintage French poster art work, funky retro inspired light shades, retro ceramics and a full sized bicycle hanging from the celling, there’s plenty to look around at!
Do yourself a favour, pop into Frenchy’s and enjoy the ride! Tres Bon!
Harju 1, 10146 Tallinn, Estonia
Stunning food, stunning interiors and stunning bread! Yes, OMG! really stunning bread! (please give me the recipe!) this place is just lovely!
Apparently restaurant Pegasus first opened in 1962, so that’s saying something and its still fighting fit and definitely a venue worth a visit, with its stylish and contemporary décor, beautiful table wear and very friendly staff there was nothing at all to complain about.
We popped in for lunch and sampled their exquisite local fish soup, Wow! divine and their Home-made three bean cassoulet, again, divine! the home baked cheesecake didn’t disappoint either. All dishes are inspired by the seasons, so the food is fresh, tasty and full of flavour.
Spanning three floors, this beautifully kitted out restaurant feels very intimate and almost like being in someone’s beautiful contemporary home, its both classy and chic all at the same time and a great place to eat or just relax with a warming coffee.
One of the most low-key and welcoming understated restaurants in Tallinn, which is perfect, really just wonderful.
Müürivahe 20, 10140 Tallinn, Estonia
Every city should have its super trendy café and this is Tallinn’s! This great little space is welcoming, relaxing and very friendly, offering everything a café should, great sandwiches, snacks, coffee’s, tea’s, cakes, gluten, lactose and meat free dishes are all available and there’s alcohol served too.
The décor is Tres modern with numerous contemporary art works adorning the walls, lovely stylish contemporary luxurious furniture and lighting fittings in each room (a little maze of joined up rooms are yours for the taking) the larger room is great for people watching with the small more cosier rooms offering a more intimate and quieter feel.
We didn’t eat but the food did look good, we drank really good coffee and slurped on delicious fresh juice at very reasonable prices, just pick your pue there’s a cosy courtyard and seating out front (if you want to be seen).
Pop in to Puudel to socialise, grab a bite or drink the night away (its open till the wee small hours during the weekends) and if you like edgy alternative music then this is the place is for you (there’s even Red-hot DJs playing all weekend)
Go on, hang with the in-crowd at Puudel, they won’t bite!