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Authentic Estonian Food Among the Tourist Traps

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I had spent a full day in Estonia outside of Tallinn’s Old Town — something few tourists to this fairy tale city do — with a knowledgeable private guide who took me to Lahemaa National Park, a few of its outstanding manor houses, and a rustic beach town where we had lunch at a bare-bones cafeteria-style eatery filled with Estonians enjoying a lovely summer day along the coast of one of the bays at the edges of the Gulf of Finland. When I returned to the terrific Savoy Boutique Hotel in the Old Town, I was still in a local frame of mind and began my search for some authentic Estonian food, perhaps not served by a wait staff dressed in medieval garb and setting my place with silver “weapons” to attack my meal. That meant avoiding Tallinn’s beautiful Town Hall Square, but it didn’t take very long at all before I found what I was looking for at Kuldse Notsu Kõrts, or the “Golden Piglet Inn.” Read more >

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Author: stephentravels

I am a writer and editor with 25 years of experience in my field and 40 years of travel adventures.

One thought on “Authentic Estonian Food Among the Tourist Traps

  1. Tallinn is a city that, with no business there, only interests me for a day or two. I find Riga a lot more exciting. Estonia outside of Tallinn, however, is indeed interesting. And the country is doing a lot of great things.

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