Keyword "italian food"
Pärnu City Pharmacy, originally opened in 1931, has transformed into a stylish buffet. Replete with original furnishings, the building has been placed under heritage protection. The sheer detail in the interior creates a unique atmosphere. There is space for up to 50 diners, and the premises can be hired for special...View details
he broad-ranging menu of the Atlantic restaurant, perched on the banks of the Emajõe River, offers both mouth-watering dishes and an extensive selection of drinks. The menu is inspired by Italian and French cuisine, as well as Estonian classics. Whether you're hosting a reception here or a small family lunch, the professional...View details
The Italian influenced menu at Bravo Cafe offers a wide selection of taste sensations that will satisfy even the most demanding customer. In addition to the cafe's signature light entrées and fresh salads, you will find many tasty pasta dishes, juicy meats, delicately nuanced soups, a wide selection of pizzas and, of course,...View details
The Dominic Restaurant in the heart of the Old Town of Tallinn is cosy dining place for all worshippers of European cuisine. The history of the building goes a long way back - the property was first mentioned in 1347; at that time it was owned by a merchant, Johan Boleman. It is among the very rare places in Tallinn with its...View details
Good taste is appreciated - Restaurant Magazine UK placed in year 2003 Bocca as number 15 amogst the 50 of the worlds most prestigious and respected restaurants. Read more about this outstanding award at http://www.theworlds50best.comView details
La Dolce Vita is an Italian restaurant which opened its doors in 2003. Its Italian owners serve up traditional dishes from their country. Its pizzas are made in a wood-fired oven which is unique in Tartu, and there is a wide range of pasta dishes to choose from. Some pasta is imported from Italy, while the rest is made on...View details