Sponsored by Visit Estonia
Your best option for dinner in the touristy Tallinn old town is the cozy, casual restaurant Rado, run by chef Radoslav Mitro. The menu is changing constantly, sometimes daily, with only a few staple dishes, such as the cauliflower with parmesan cream and crispy onions. Rado has a lot of funky ingredients on the menu – on our visit they were serving an udder schnitzel, they’ve previously offered a bear schnitzel, and they often serve offals. We weren’t so adventurous in our choices, but we enjoyed the beef tartare, the burrata with tomatoes and peaches, and the chanterelle risotto. Rado also has a few natural wines on their list.
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This meal was sponsored by Visit Estonia. The project is supported by the European Regional Development Fund. We chose which places to visit and feature.