Restaurant Ö in Tallinn Nordic-Inspired Fine Dining

Sponsored by Visit Estonia

Restaurant Ö is a Nordic-inspired fine dining restaurant. Chefs and co-owners Martin Meikas and Ranno Paukson use local and seasonal ingredients sourced from small-scale producers. With an array of modern and ancient cooking techniques, they create exciting dishes, but the flavor is sometimes lost in flashy presentations. The name means island (in Swedish), which refers to Saaremaa, the biggest island of Estonia, where the owners are from. Consider also their more casual sister restaurant next door – Kaks Kokka.

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

Restaurant Ö in Tallinn
Restaurant Ö in Tallinn
Potato chips with pickle gel and dill powder
Potato chips with pickle gel and dill powder
Roach, sour milk & rye bread
Roach, sour milk & rye bread
Celeriac, brown butter & whey
Celeriac, brown butter & whey
Elk tartar and garden herbs
Elk tartar and garden herbs
House-made breads and spreads
House-made breads and spreads
Pääsküla KODU kali – a black bread brew
Pääsküla KODU kali – a black bread brew
Perch pike, wine-infused potato, and forest verde
Perch pike, wine-infused potato, and forest verde
Crispy buckwheat and fish roe
Crispy buckwheat and fish roe
Presenting the quail
Presenting the quail
Quail, crispy cabbage & vegetable stew
Quail, crispy cabbage & vegetable stew
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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