ESTONIAN CUISINE

Estonia is a perfect destination for all the persons who would like to have an exquisite gourmet experience. Characteristic restaurants, manor houses and chic lounges will absolutely compete with the best that London, Rome or New York has to offer and surprise positively with rather inexpensive prices, fresh ingredients and high quality products from Estonian ecological farming.

Thanks to the variability of Estonian four seasons, visitors can enjoy the completely diverse and delicious gourmet changing every season.

In spring, you should try the lamb and veal, goat’s cheese, rhubarb, wild leek, and fresh sorrel; and perch from our clean inland waters.

The energy-boosting summertime proposes different herbs, berries from the garden and the forest, chanterelles and new potatoes; and our ever-popular fresh perch, eel, and crayfish.

Autumn arrives with berries and fruit, wild cranberries and boysenberries, hazelnuts and the black salcify. From the farmer’s barnyard comes the traditional goose and fish lovers can choose from lamprey, dwarf herring, and plaice. Autumn is also the hunting season. It is hard not to be impressed by the variety of game available in our primeval forests and on our coastal islands: pheasant, elk, boar, and deer all enrich the Estonian dining table.

During the winter, it is invigorating to eat smoked meat with sauerkraut, roasted roe deer, the traditional black pudding, and to drink mulled wine and nibble gingerbread.

See our gourmet packages Tallinn Gourmet PackageTallinn & Lahemaa Gourmet Package Estonian Gourmet Package,

Photos by Flavours of Estonia

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TRADITIONAL ESTONIAN FOOD

Estonian traditional specialities are for example silgusoust (Baltic sprats with bacon and cream), mulgikapsad (pork with sauerkraut, served boiled potatoes), mulgipuder (groats and potatoes with fried cubes of lardy meat), kilu (Baltic sprat), verivorst (blood sausage and barley), must leib (black bread), sült (boiled pork in aspic jelly), suitsulõhe (smoked salmon), heeringas (Baltic herring served with onion, sour cream and fresh potatoes), kama (flour of barley, oats, rye and peas-meal, mixed with the sour milk).

See our gourmet packages: Estonian Gourmet PackageTallinn Gourmet PackageTallinn & Lahemaa Gourmet Package

Photos by Flavour of Estonia

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TRADITIONAL ESTONIAN FOOD
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MODERN ESTONIAN CUISINE

Modern Estonian Cuisine is a mix of local rustic cooking and the world’s latest gourmet trends, fascinating fusion of ethnic Estonian flavours with the international food fashion.

Throughout history Danish, Swedish, Russian and German gastronomy have influenced Estonian cuisine which from one side has enriched it, but from the other side has enforced the Estonians determination to preserve their own unique and authentic cooking and eating traditions.

Prepared by the innovative and creative Estonian chiefs the Modern Estonian Cuisine offers exclusive and heavenly gourmet experience.

See our gourmet packages: Estonian Gourmet PackageTallinn Gourmet PackageTallinn & Lahemaa Gourmet Package

Photos by Flavour of Estonia

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MODERN ESTONIAN CUISINE
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