Resto Hafen

Resto Hafen is a charming harbor restaurant located by the Kuressaare yacht harbor. The restaurant has two floors and a summer deck with stunning views of the sea and the Kuressaare castle. The restaurant's interior is bright and inviting. The white wood wall paneling gives the restaurant warmth and coziness. The restaurant was located next … Continue reading Resto Hafen

Doughnuts for all at Holy Donut

Holy donut is one of the best places to get doughnuts in Lithuania. They have one in Vilnius and two in Kaunas. Holy donut also offers a breakfast menu and are also known for their over-the-top milkshakes (freakshakes). In addition, vegan options are available, such as vegan donuts and bagels.   Holy donut Website: http://www.holydonut.lt Address: … Continue reading Doughnuts for all at Holy Donut

Manami

Manami is a restaurant serving Asian fusion cuisine of Japanese, Indian, and Thai with four locations in Vilnius. I visited the one in the Old Town. The restaurant has an interesting decor for an Asian restaurant. There is a jungle theme feel with a mix of modern and avant-garde. The green plants and citrine-colored chairs … Continue reading Manami

Kinų Bambukas – authentic Chinese cuisine

Kinų Bambukas is a Chinese restaurant across the street from Lietuvininkai Square. The owner and chefs are Chinese. When you enter the restaurant, you can tell straight away that it is a Chinese restaurant, with red wallpaper and Chinese lanterns. I had taken pictures of the restaurant but may have accidentally deleted it. The image … Continue reading Kinų Bambukas – authentic Chinese cuisine

Vegan meal at Moksha

Moksha is a humble little vegan restaurant with an Indian and Thai fusion menu. Although it is known as a vegan restaurant, they do offer fish dishes. The restaurant is small with just a few tables, and it can get quite busy, so it's worthwhile to make a reservation. The restaurant has a cozy ambiance … Continue reading Vegan meal at Moksha

RØST Bakery & Café

RØST is a bakery and cafe tucked away in an alleyway in Rottermann city. The interior design and decor are different from many cafes in Tallinn. The muted color brick and tile walls, open kitchen, and wooden furniture resemble a Scandinavian-style cafe. The cafe makes its own sourdough bread along with sandwiches and pastries. The … Continue reading RØST Bakery & Café

Okinawa soba in a 150 year old house

When one thinks of soba noodles, the first thing that comes to mind is the thin buckwheat noodles served with a dipping sauce. Okinawa soba is entirely different. Okinawa soba noodles are thicker, resembling the Chinese ramen noodles, and are served in a hot broth. Udunyama is a soba noodle house located in a 150-year-old … Continue reading Okinawa soba in a 150 year old house

Italian food at Gianni’s Cafe

Gianni is located in the Sadama neighborhood, not too far away from Rotermann City. Gianni has a cafe and restaurant. I initially planned to dine at the restaurant. However, I was unaware that the cafe was attached to the restaurant, so I ended up in the cafe. The cafe has a simple menu, while the … Continue reading Italian food at Gianni’s Cafe

Legendary pancake house

  Kompressor serves the best pancakes in Tallinn and is located in the old town. The huge portions and reasonable prices make this place very popular amongst locals and tourists. I highly recommend making a reservation. You can call or make a reservation online through their website.  The outside of the restaurant does not look … Continue reading Legendary pancake house