Sponsored by Visit Estonia
The sourdough bakery Kotzebue has changed locations and expanded from a simple bakery into a full restaurant. The bakery was originally founded by Peeter Pihel and Maido Maiste, but Pihel is no longer involved (now that he is in charge of the kitchen at Fotografiska). Tsunft serves breakfast every day – lots of egg dishes, sourdough toasts, and other things highlighting their housemade bread. We tried the caramelized onion and cheese toast with gouda, ramson, and rosemary, the crayfish smørrebrød, scrambled eggs on toast, and an amazing side dish of confit garlic, tomatoes, and mozzarella. Tsunft is also partly owned by a wine importer who imports lots of wine bottles, as well as Italian products like pasta and olive oil.
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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.