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Mantel ja Korsten in Tallinn International Restaurant With a Homely Feel

Sponsored by Visit Estonia

Restaurant Mantel ja Korsten is the latest eatery of chefs Roman Zaštšerinski and Igor Andrejev, who’s also behind the wildly popular restaurant Moon. Located in a green wooden house in the Kadriorg district, you should expect a good 15 minutes walk from the Old Town through an old neighborhood that’s being fully renovated. Despite an international touch to the food, the space has a homely Estonian feel. From the menu, you want the duck ravioli with apple-celeriac purée and the butter-roasted cabbage in cheese sauce.

Looking for more great spots for food and drinks in the Estonian capital? Check out my foodie map of Tallinn.

Truffle risotto arancini, smoked duck shavings & pumpkin purée
Truffle risotto arancini, smoked duck shavings & pumpkin purée
Duck confit raviolo, apple-celeriac purée, and duck & plum jus
Duck confit raviolo, apple-celeriac purée, and duck & plum jus
Spring cabbage roasted in butter, with a cheese and truffle sauce
Spring cabbage roasted in butter, with a cheese and truffle sauce
KoKoKo (crispy skin chicken leg), couscous, with a mussel & vermouth sauce
KoKoKo (crispy skin chicken leg), couscous, with a mussel & vermouth sauce
Juicy pineapple, Piña Colada ice cream, and vanilla-coconut foam
Juicy pineapple, Piña Colada ice cream, and vanilla-coconut foam
Disclaimer

This visit was sponsored by Visit Estonia. Funded by the European Union European Regional Development Fund. They had no influence on my selections, neither of the places I chose to visit, nor which ones I decided to feature in the end.

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