Estonia Michelin Guide Debuts

The inaugural Michelin Guide Estonia 2022 has landed, and it includes two restaurants awarded with one Michelin star, and two restaurants with a Michelin green star for sustainability.

Two restaurants were each awarded a Michelin star, for their 'high quality cooking, worth a stop', according to the Michelin grading criteria. Located in the country's capital, Tallinn, NOA Chef's Hall, offers sweeping sea views as well as the theatre of the open-plan kitchen, and dishes served in person by chefs with an explanation of each course.

180° by Matthias Diether, also in Tallinn, is named after the 180° view from its u-shaped open kitchen. As well as harbour views, guests can enjoy chef Matthias Diether's choice of tasting menus, showcasing his ability to champion raw ingredients. The restaurant was already included in the White Guide Nordic.

Green Michelin stars were awarded to both Põhjaka Manor in Mäeküla, and Fotografiska in Tallinn, for their committment to incorporating good environmental practices into their dining experience.