Pikk tn. 35-3, 10133, Tallinn, Estonia
Reg. nr. 10002371
KMKR nr. EE100254471
Restaurants in the city of Odessa are a very unique food cultural phenomenon. Likewise, the restaurant Odessa in Tallinn is entirely different from the other local restaurants.
What makes it different? Everything from aperitif to dessert. The most popular aperitif is four shots of horilka (Ukrainian vodka), with pepper vodka being the most familiar and beetroot vodka the most foreign of the four. This mix of familiar and foreign also applies to food. Pulled duck or rabbit vareniki (dumplings) are covered in a sweet sauce. Flounder a la Odessa isn’t just pan-fried or smoked as is customary in Estonian restaurants. Meanwhile the dessert Odessa could be considered a good friend of the famous pavlova.
In addition to food and drinks, the milieu of the restaurant is unlike other Estonian restaurants. So dinner at restaurant Odessa in Tallinn is like a trip to a distant and utterly different food culture.
This project is funded by the European Regional Development Fund: