Tastes | Tallinn Music Week
2-8 April 2018 – Tallinn, Estonia


A handpicked selection of Tallinn’s best restaurants and eateries and TMW’s pop-up bar in the Design and Architecture Gallery, featuring a menu by Renard Coffee Shop & RabaPeet. A true delight to any foodie.

TMW Tastes programme presents quarter of a hundred restaurants and cafes in the capital, cooking workshops and home dinners with Mexicans. In addition to the pop-up bar, there are 25 eating and drinking spots in the TMW restaurants selection which offer special TMW menus carefully crafted by their head chefs as well as special offers to the owners of the festival passes. Check out the restaurants here.

All the eating and drinking spots featured in TMW Tastes programme:

Bekker Bakery
BlissTray PopUp
Café August
Café Klaus / Vietnami Salv
Gotsu, Kyuhos’s Kitchen
KOKOMO Coffee Roasters
Kolm Sibulat
Korsten, Armastus & Hea toit
LEVI + Café Ristikheina
Leib Resto & Aed
Manna La Roosa
Parrot MiniBar
Renard Coffee Shop and RabaPeet
Restaurant Bollywood
Restaurant Monaco
Saku Gastro
Taptap Tallinn
Von Krahl Aed
Von Krahl Bar

Special dinners schedule

Taco night with the Mexicans
Wednesday, April 4th at 7:30 pm
Friday, April 6th at 7:30 pm

Mexican home dinner with Arina, Carlos, Erik and Leonardo.

Location: Kungla 22-1
Call to get in: +372 504 3740

Price: 15€

Organised by Red Global MX Chapter Estonia

Korilase Köök: sustainable brunch
Saturday, April 7th at 11 am – 1 pm
Sunday, April 8th at 11 am  – 1 pm and 2 pm – 4 pm

The raw goods for the menu are 90% local produce from local manufacturers who share a similar ecological worldview to Korilase Köök. Nevertheless, everything has its limits and since olives and oranges don’t grow in these parts of the world, it’s difficult to replace them in the Nordic climate. When cooking, Korilase Köök follows the principles of sustainability when using raw produce. We don’t peel beets, we fertilize the soil with leftover eggshells and we don’t throw away old bread, but roast it nice and crisp. Sensible, easy and economical for you, us and the environment.

Location: Magasini 13

Price: 15€

Let’s Meet! Workshops of Syrian and African food
Tuesday, April 3rd at 5.30 pm
Thursday, April 5th at 5.30 pm

Tuesday – African food workshop and dinner
Thursday – Syrian food workshop and dinner

Location: Balti Jaama Market demo kitchen (Kopli 1)

‘Let’s Meet!’ is a project led by the Estonian Refugee Council in cooperation with Johannes Mihkelsoni Keskus and Tartu International House. The aim of the project is to bring together local people and the beneficiaries of international protection, new migrants and foreigners living in Estonia. In one and a half years ‘Let’s Meet!’ team will visit three times all 15 counties of Estonia organising 45 different events. This time, in cooperation with Tallinn Music Week we decided to do two different cooking workshops. Participants of the workshops will get a chance to learn how to prepare some Syrian or African dishes, cook together and afterwards share the meal in a relaxed atmosphere. Come and meet our chefs — Alaa from Syria and Sherif from Nigeria.

In the Syrian workshop, you’ll learn how to prepare everybody’s all-time favourites — hummus and baba ganoush, stuffed vine leaves or dolma, and bulgur with shakriya yoghurt soup (soup contains chicken meat, so please let us know if you’re vegetarian!). For dessert, we will offer coffee or tea with baklava and katayif!

In the African workshop, Sherif will teach you how to cook a traditional bean dish, fried plantain, chicken gizzart, puff puff sweets and zobo — a hibiscus drink.

All participants will get the recipes of the dishes, so you won’t forget how to prepare them at home and can impress your loved ones!

The event will be held in English. ‘Let’s Meet!’ project is co-financed by the EU Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) and the Ministry of the Interior of Estonia.

To participate:

Register here

On the subject line put either African or Syrian workshop and state your first and last name in the content.

The event is free of charge and we accept first 18 respondents.

“The capital of Estonia, a burgeoning food scene disproves the stereotypes surrounding Baltic food. A massive celebration of modern Estonian culture.”

Merlin Jobst, Vice Munchies