Seitseteist – winter is sweet

30. January 2020


It is obvious that nordic winter cuisine must be warming to offset the cold weather. Hearty flavours, to keep you feeling comfortable no matter the weather. Have you noticed that sweet is on of the heartiest flavours? If you want to experience a sweet winter, then restaurant Seitseteist is currently offering that with their three dishes and beverages.



Two people get to experience the Winter Flavours of Estonia menu in Seitseteist and and a night stay at Nothel for free. To enter the giveawayl, please follow the steps below:


1. Fill in your contact details in the form below.

2. Follow Flavours of Estonia on Instagram.


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3. Go to Flavours of Estonia Facebook page and tag a friend you would like to go with. will pick a lucky winner on Wednesday 7th of February.

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