I'll soon be in Tallinn for 4 days (8th to 11th September) and I'm doing some research on restaurants. I'll for sure want to try Estonian cuisine for most of my meals and I've already noted down several suggestions from other posts. I was wondering, though, whether I might experience, while in Tallinn, also some other cuisine I would not easily find here in Italy and of which I know nothing about: I'm thinking in particular of cuisines of Estonia's neighbouring countries (Latvia, Lithuania, Russia), or maybe of republics in general that historically used to be part of the Soviet Union (such as Armenia, Azerbaijan, etc.) - not Chinese, Indian, African, etc.
Is there any restaurant of this kind in Tallinn that would be worth trying for one meal?
I'm not thinking of luxurious places (where they'd serve caviar, etc.), but more down-to-earth places with a traditional type of cuisine and reasonable prices (like, around 30€ without alcohol - or possibly a little less).
ThanksEdited: 27 August 2011, 13:11