A humble Shokudo and Teishoku restaurant

  I visited Tokashiki island in December. As it was not a peak tourist period, many shops and restaurants were closed. I took a taxi from Tokashiki port to Aharen beach. The taxi lady was kind to show me the restaurants that were open. After a lovely soak in the sun and sea, I headed … Continue reading A humble Shokudo and Teishoku restaurant

The Yacht Club

In contrast to the Alexander restaurant, the Yacht Club restaurant offers a more casual dining experience with a laid-back ambiance and stunning views of the manor and the bay. The atmosphere was very peaceful, with the occasional gentle breeze and chirping of the birds. The menu had a simple selection of snacks, starters, soups, main … Continue reading The Yacht Club

Nordic island cuisine at Alexander

As the only five-star hotel outside of Tallinn, Pädaste Manor is an epitome of luxury and tranquility, with its origins dating back to the 14th century. Located at the Pädaste bay on Muhu island, this idyllic hotel is surrounded by lush forests and nature reserves, with a picturesque view of the bay from the sundeck. … Continue reading Nordic island cuisine at Alexander

Rukis cafe

    Rukis is a cozy cafe with rustic country decor serving delectable desserts, pastries, and freshly baked bread. I love the color contrast of the purple table cloths against the wooden furnishing. Rukis is located in Tallinn Old Town, a stone's throw away from the historical landmark - Viru Gate. When you enter the … Continue reading Rukis cafe

kalambuur – A humble seafood eatery

Hidden in Hirvepark in a charming cottage is a family-run seafood restaurant serving fresh local fish dishes. The restaurant is owned by Estonia's famous fisherman and chef - Vladislav. The surrounding is quiet and green. On a chilly day, the restaurant offers blankets for customers dining outside. An unexpected but gorgeous location for a restaurant. … Continue reading kalambuur – A humble seafood eatery