The Michelin Guide Estonia 2022, which includes 31 restaurants from Tallinn to Tartu, was announced yesterday evening. Two restaurants each earned a Michelin Star, five restaurants were awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand and two restaurants were awarded a Michelin Green Star.

Restaurants Noa Chef’s Hall and 180° in Tallinn were awarded the Michelin Star for their outstanding cuisine. Harg, Lore Bistroo, Mantel and Korsten and NOA from the capital Tallinn and Fellin from Estonia’s sixth largest city Viljandi have been selected for the Michelin Bib Gourmand by anonymous Michelin inspectors.

The Michelin Green Star went to Manor in Mäekula in Põhjaka and Fotografiska in Tallinn for their work within the field of sustainability.

The talented chef of Lore Bistroo, Janno Lepik, won the title of Michelin Young Chef, while the Michelin Sommelier Award went to Robert Põld. Lahepere Villa, directed by Helen Vihtol, won the Michelin Service Award.

Here is the full list of 22 restaurants recommended in the Michelin Guide:

38, Tallinn
Cru, Tallinn
Fii, Tartu
Gianni, Tallinn
Hõlm, Tartu
Horisont, Tallinn
Joyce, Tartu
Lahepere Villa, Kloogaranna
Lee, Tallinn
Mere 38, Võsu
Mon Repos, Tallinn
Moon, Tallinn
Paju Villa, Tallinn
Pull, Tallinn
Puri, Tallinn
R14, Tallinn
Rado, Tallinn
Ruhe, Neeme
SMAK, Tallinn
Tchaikovsky, Tallinn
Tuljak, Tallinn
Wicca, Laulasmaa



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