Have you ever been to Heaven? well, we did. We found heaven in Tallinn and let me tell you that for the three days we were in Tallinn we went there every day. Are you still wondering what is it? …wonder no more, it’s the best restaurant in Tallinn.
Here’s a bit of its history: Olde Hansa was established to honor the Hanseatic League and our forefathers and foremothers. They have dedicated themselves to this task in order to take you on a journey to Tallinn’s golden age. The decoration is all about the medieval times so, no lamps only candles and everything is made in wood and clay.
Olde Hansa is the home of a rich merchant. His house is built in a manner to increase the enjoyment of the happy moments in the life of a Hanseatic merchant. Not just for eating delicious food and savoring a good drink, but also for the enjoyment of good music and the warmth of hearth and home during the Hanseatic times.
But now lets talk about serious things: the food. Let me warn you, the next photos and descriptions will really give you insanely cravings and probably in less than two hours you’ll be at the airport with a ticket to Tallinn. The first time you go in they’ll give you a little coin, which you should consider your new lucky charm from now on. For each time you go there this little coin gives you a free drink. And yes, it’s alcoholic and good.
Then you have a menu (check here what’s on it), and the first day we went then we already ate diner at The Maharaja so we decided to just have a dessert. We decide to order the dessert “Apple and honey under a crispy coat with almond milk” and here’s where heaven comes in…
This has been one of the best thinks I ever eat, and Musa too, she loved it so much she made me go there the next day to eat it again.
I don’t particularly like things with almond but this …this is the only exception. Every bit tastes like unicorns jumping on the cloud. It’s perfect and we recommend 110%.
Do you wanna guest where our last meal was? Yap Olde Hansa. We asked for one mushroom soup, one vegetarian dish, spelt bread (special type of bread they have there, has some seeds), olives and white wine. The wine was sweet and a expensive, it was 8€ just for a glass which wasn’t even full. For dessert do you want to guess again? …ahhh no it wasn’t the Apple dessert, we were so full we decided to order just one rose pudding, that of course tastes like angels singing near a waterfall of rainbow’s. I confess we did pay a lot that evening, but it was worth it, we have no regrets.