Pikk tn. 35-3, 10133, Tallinn, Estonia
Reg. nr. 10002371
KMKR nr. EE100254471
We have never encountered such a call anywhere else. Fellin suggests that each diner pays for an extra coffee when they order one. The extra is left “up in the air” until a student studying in Viljandi comes to Fellin, who is then treated to it. This ensures that youthful joie de vivre reigns in Fellin every day from the opening of the doors until closing.
The symbol of Estonian home cooking is a sandwich. Thousands and thousands of them are made in homes every day, but for some reason rarely in restaurants. Fellin is an exception and their lamb sandwich alone, which consists of juicy lamb, marinated cucumber and onion, ash mayonnaise and avocado cream, is worth travelling across the country for. Cooking shoulder meat is one of Fellini’s specialities and has been through the ages. Therefore, take the opportunity here to enjoy the fruits of this skill, all the more so as good local lamb is offered in very few places. Yet the borscht, pike cutlet and, in fact, all the dishes on Fellin’s short menu are not inferior to lamb dishes in any way. To complement the food, the drinks card offers high-end restaurant-worthy drinks at tempting prices.