Sunday Brunch is finally starting to take off in Tallinn and we couldn’t be more pleased!
That’s why we’ve taken on the task of eating our way through Tallinn’s favourite brunch spots. Hey, it’s a tough job, but someone has to do it. Here are the places we’ve discovered so far.
Boasting one of the best locations in town, on top of the Balti jaam market, this brew pub with a view offers a Boozy Sunday brunch from 12:00-13:00. Humalakoda’s brunch menu has a little bit of everything - breakfast dishes like a full English, eggs Benedict and Florentine, as well as soups, salads, and even nachos. Wash it all down with a beer, mimosa or bloody mary and you’re all set for a fun Sunday. Read more here.
Põhjala Tap Room
This relatively new addition to the growing Noblessner area is a real treat. Not only do they have a fabulous selection of craft beers on tap, and a wonderful BBQ menu in the evenings, they also offer brunch on Sundays from 10:00-17:00. Their Canadian chef cooks up some of the best meat in town, so you can expect to find Põhjala’s own bacon, homemade sausage, a bit of brisket and more meaty delights on their breakfast menu. When we visited they had eggs Benedict as a breakfast special, which was served on a proper muffin, something that’s very hard to find to Tallinn. Read more here.
R14 offers a sophisticated Sunday brunch buffet in the Rotermanni Quarter from 11:00-15:00. For €25 (7-17 years €12, under 6 free) you can sample different tapas, salads and pastries, as well as hot dishes prepared to order. The price includes coffee, tea, homemade juices and smoothies. Read more here.
Sesoon were one of the first places to start offering brunch in Tallinn. What’s great about Sesoon, is that they’ve always managed to keep their prices affordable. Every Sunday from 11:00-16:00 you can enjoy an ever-changing brunch buffet for 14€ (6€ for children 3-9, under 3 free). The menu includes meat and fish options, as well as veggies, and there is always a daily soup and omelette or stew. The price includes coffee, tea, juice and water. Read more here.