Veganism is one of the fastest growing lifestyle choices of the moment, yet there’s still an idea that vegan food can be bland and tasteless. Well, that’s just not true. Plant produce is an exciting and delicious way to eat and it’s healthy AF. These amazing vegan-friendly restaurants in Tallinn prove just that.
From vegan sweet treats to creamy pastas, Tallinn is one city that caters to all tastes. Vegans, veggies and everything in between can happily eat their heart out here…
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This charming place really is the jewel in the crown of Tallinn’s vegan restaurants. A visit to V will get rid of any thoughts that vegan food is boring – even many meat-lovers rank V as one of their favourite eateries. The 30-seat restaurant is practically always full, so try to book ahead if you can.
Dig into soups, salads, wraps and vegan burgers, as well as snacks and cakes to go with your afternoon coffee at this cute ‘n’ cosy vegan joint in the Old Town. The dishes are creative and full of flavour and colour, making the case that vegan-friendly food is just as fun. Who could resist a peanut butter caramel cake or matcha raspberry cake?
Vegan sushi, specialty coffee from Guatemala and hearty soups and sweet treats are just some of the highlights at this 100% vegan cafe. VegB12 perfectly combines healthy, regional fresh ingredients into all sorts of tasty snacks. From breakfast to dinner, you’re sure to find something to try.
This is a fun and casual food shack in the Balti Jaama Market with a couple of vegan street food options that change daily, so there’s always something new to try. During summertime you can find their food truck from different festivals around Estonia. VegMachine menu is filled with delicious vegan street food. The most popular items are Mother Trucker Burger and Not Dog.
Make your way just outside of the city to the former Olympic Centre in Pirita for this vegetarian spot with plenty of vegan choices. A pay-by-weight buffet is open all year round from lunchtime, serving seven cold and seven hot dishes that differ from day to day. For those with a sweet tooth, Vigri offers raw cakes, freshly baked pastries and sweet buns.
Think you’re missing out on indulgent Italian food just ‘cos you’re vegan? Think again. VeganItaly serves up a wide range of traditional Italian specialities with a vegan twist. The atmosphere of the restaurant mirrors a typical trattoria – tasty meals and homey furnishings.
Tru Kitchen is one of the top vegan-friendly restaurants In Tallinn. Actually, it’s one of the best all vegan restaurants in the city. From celeriac steak with black bean hummus to a turmeric-chickpea omelette and vegan desserts, you’ll leave here seriously satisfied.