Vegan Food Guide – Tallinn, Estonia

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I had an amazing experience recently when I visited Tallinn, Estonia! The beautiful, well-perserved city is worth the visit, especially since it contains an abundance of vegan options.   

In addition to vegan pizza, here are some of my favorites

Vegankohvik Inspiratsioon

I loved the vegan café vibe here. The interior was cozy, bohemian, and I felt comfortable as soon as I walked in. 

My boyfriend and I started out with a Snickers smoothie with peanut butter and date syrup. It was a wholesomely sweet and salty delight – what’s not to love? I will definitely be tinkering around with recreating it at home. 

For our main course I had a vegetable quinoa curry while my boyfriend had a vegan burger. We thought the burger was especially delicious as it was colorful and artfully presented on its plate. For desert we had tiramisu and blueberry matcha cakes.  

Pagari 1 / Lai 44 , 10133 Tallinn, Estonia

Veg Machine Balta  

“Veg Machine Balta”, a greasy junk food stand in a food court. I ordered the loaded fries with crispy vöner meat. The girl working at the stand was extremely friendly and offered to change all of our small coins Jackson had from busking. Definitely worth a stop as the food hall itself has a plethora of vegan options. 

Kopli 1, Tallinn, Estonia

As I try to travel on a budget, most of meals consisted of oat milk, oats, and other store-bought vegan staples. Although I didn’t get to try as many vegan restaurants as I would have liked, the small taste of Tallinn I already experienced has left me hungry for more. I’m sure I will visit and blog about Tallinn again! 

BIG HUGS 

Vegan Pizza Party in Estonia

Travelling

Sometimes it can be challenging finding places to eat when you’re in a vegan – non-vegan relationship. My boyfriend and I often want completely different meals so we often meet in the middle and go for pizza! Pizza is so easy to veganize as you can easily ask the restaurant to remove the cheese and meat.

We found wonderful pizza in Estonia! Here are some of our favorites!  

Kaja Pizza Köök; didn’t have vegan cheese, although the high-quality of their ingredients more than made up for it. The base was made with sour dough and was incredibly tasty and flaky! The tomato sauce was perfectly tangy as well. It’s got a great vibe inside- friendly staff and a great selection of Ramones, Sex Pistols, and other old school punk music spinning. 

Address: Õle 33, 10319 Tallinn, Estonia 

Vegetable pizza with vegan cheese and vegan mayonnaise
Vegan kebab pizza with mayonnaise and rucola

Opera Pizza; is an Estonian pizza chain that serves vegan pizza – and my goodness they know how to make a vegan pizza sinful. They have two different vegan combinations. My favorite was their vegan kebab pie that came with mayo served on top. It was greasily inventive and I can’t wait to go back! 

Address: Kotka 3a, 11315 Tallinn, Estonia 

La Dolce Vita; serve a thin-crust pizza with olives, mushrooms, and pinapple. It came with plenty of vegan cheese and was overall very tasty. You could also purchase a vegan cheese swirl that tasted amazing!

Address: Kompanii 10, 51005 Tartu, Estonia 

Estonia’s pizza game is strong! My initial impression is certainly positive and I look forward to making my own vegan guide to Tallinn! 

BIG HUGS  

Signs of Life from Estonia

Travelling

Hey Everyone!

I’m sorry for the quietness on the blog. I have recently travelled to Estonia to meet up with my boyfriend. We have been apart for almost 2 moths, so we had a lot of catching up to do. I’m really enjoying Estonia which is an amazing country with warm hearted people, fantastic architectures, and tasty vegan food!

Tonight we are taking the night bus to Vilinius, Lithuania and I’m really exited to see what that city has to offer!

The blog will be back on track soon with a new post every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday – I promise!

BIG HUGS