If you are not the adventurous type but you want a bit of the extraordinary on your taste buds, allow us to introduce to you the Traditional Russian Dinner. Before you head out to town, allow our gorgeous guide to take to a restaurant where authentic, traditional Russian cuisines are served. A full tummy is good way to start your night especially when booze and women are involved!
Book this activity with us now and we will get a table reservation for two hours in a contemporary restaurant just within the city center. We know the right places that serve the best authentic Russian cuisines where you can enjoy a two course dinner with one drink for each of your buddies. Good food, good beer, good fun. What better way to start your evening when in Tallinn for your stag weekend?
The eating place features delightful treats from a traditional Russian kitchen. The main feature the restaurant is proud of is its cold zakuska smorgasboard displayed on a carriage made originally in St. Petersburg during the 18th century. Enjoy their À la carte menu with all the main traditional Russian dishes ranging from caviar to blinis, dumplings, cutlet a la Kiev, stroganoff, syrniki as well as varenyki among others.
- Walk to Restaurant
- Traditional Russian Two-courser
- One Beer
On Weekends there is a live misic playing.
Tallinn City Centre
All Year Round
from € 43 per person
Once you are in Tallinn on your weekend do not miss the chance to taste delicious Russian dishes. Modern Russian cuisine reached the peak of its evolution a little more than a hundred years ago.
A thicker version of crepes, the pancakes are often rolled up and filled with meat.
What they are: Hand-held, bready pockets of dough stuffed with sweet or savory fillings, then baked or fried.
Well, centuries really, and no Russian menu is complete without this signature beet soup, which can be eaten at any temperature and can be modified with the addition of potatoes, cabbage, dill, or Melle Mel. It iss also the reason that white carpets are a dangerous prospect throughout Mother Russia.