Viimsi (German: Wiems) is a small borough (Estonian: alevik) in Harju County, northern Estonia. It's located about 9 km (6 mi) northeast of the centre of Tallinn, just north of Tallinn's subdistrict Merivälja. Viimsi is the administrative centre of Viimsi Parish. As of 2011 Census, the settlement's population was 2,341.
Things to do in Viimsi
4.5 based on 313 reviews
Visit begins with reception and unfortunately we felt unwelcome. We were already standing with coats in hand but the persons entering after us were served before. Even more, then the lady ran to check our booking and we were left standing even longer. Mood was somewhat destroyed already. The restaurant serves only long tasting menus for ca 60 and 70 euros and you need all these courses. We were trying 3 course offering during the restaurant week and we stayed hungry. The starter, celery was very nice - different aspects of it, delicious and exiting with very nice sauce. After that we were served 2 different breads which were also nice - very fresh and delicate. The main dish lamb was not bad but the accompanying consommé like sauce was too sweet and killed a bit the other tastes. The dessert was served with nice show but itself was dull, nothing exiting. From red wines only two Italian-ones were served by glass. Nowadays there should b much more possibilities to take only 1 glass of wine. All those on their menu were definitely not so extraordinary. All in all did not exceed expectations. Food is not bad but not inviting back.
4 based on 41 reviews
Jussi Olletuba is probably one of the oldest restaurant/bars in Viimsi. Been there for hundreds of times. It's always there and always a nice place to go to if you just wanna have cheap bite to eat and something to drink and have place to talk to your friend this place is it. It's nothing fancy but also nothing bad about it. It feels cozy in thereand you feel like you have traveled back in time a little bit. In the summer time they have nice area outside also.
4.5 based on 862 reviews
We stayed at the Telegraaf Hotel, so thought we would try out the highly rated restaurant on the premises, the Tchaikovsky. It is neatly designed in one of the areas where the old and new parts of the hotel originally met.
We were not disappointed - we had absolutely superb service from the wait staff, and the food was delicious (far better Russian food than the food we had had in St Petersburg the week before). Well cooked food, a nice variety on the menu, a good range of wines, and excellent service. Its a fairly fancy restaurant which might put some off, and it wasn't cheap, but we thought it was an excellent experience!
4.5 based on 653 reviews
The Dominic Restaurant in the heart of Old Town of Tallinn is a cosy dining place for all worshippers of European cuisine. Wine enthusiasts can choose their favourite from among 400 different wines. Restaurant Dominic won "Best Restaurant" and "Best Chef" categories at the Silverspoon Awards 2012 held by the Gastronomy Society of Estonia.
We booked Dominic because high place in Tripadvisor.
I am afraid that I am not going to visit again.
Table at 20.00, we waited food almost 2 hours. Our waiter was such a lovely guy (and a real professional) but it did not save our night in this place. Food was ok- lamb stake was good even tho it was medium plus, not medium minus what we ordered. The riesling Haart by Haart was one of the best I have ever tasted. High recommendation for that.
Piano player was also good.
I think that this place needs a lift up and it will be great. Not that trendy at the moment. Biggest minus because of the waiting.
4 based on 117 reviews
The guests can enjoy the view of the sea from the cosy boat-shaped restaurant at the seaside, in the summer seaside Terrace is open reaching to the very edge of the water with 170 seats in total. The menu is full on local deliciousness and fresh food, including local fish, vegetables and fruit.
15 minutes drive from Tallinn center to Viimsi district on a shore the restaurant is located.
A team of very friendly staff welcomes you. We especially liked Ilona.
The menu is not broad, anyway there is enough dishes.
The restaurant has a terrific Terrace with large windows on the sea and sitting inside the clients can enjoy the view.
Very tasty grilled fish: dorada, seabass.
The portions are big.
There is a small place for kids to play. Next to the Paat the museum of village life is situated.
If you want to have either lunch or dinner on the shore it is very convenient place.
I do recommend.
4 based on 81 reviews
Went for Valentines dinner. Very nice atmosphere! We enjoyed our evening. The services was excellent - albeit the place was busy, so the wait staff was kept running. So the lack of attention was expected and we didn't mind. But order taken quickly, food arrived fast and hot. We did have to wave down the waitress to get the check, but not a long delay. Very common practice for Europe though.
Overall we had a lovely evening and will definitely return again. We've been told they have the best pizza in town, we will have to go back and try it. We had lasagna - OK, not the best I've had but still good. Along with pork fillet - which my partner said was fantastic!
4.5 based on 805 reviews
Kohvik(Cafe) MOONIt's a project what is being started by three professional persons - head chef Roman Zastserinski - he is most appreciated and talented chef who has left a big mark in Estonian restaurant market and is a big example for many people, head chef Igor Andrejev and also food and beverage manager Jana Zastserinski. To open our own place - this has been our big dream and wish of heart for a long time.Now as the right time has come for us and we have found awonderful place in centre of Tallinn where to make all our dreamscome true. MOON is opened since 1st of December 2009.OPENED: Mo - Sat 12 - 23 Su 13 - 21CLOSED EVERY JULY!!
Restoran Moon is a nondescript looking restaurant in a nondescript area of Tallinn, near the Viking Line Harbour, just north of the Old Town. I went there for lunch on the way to Patarei Prison and the Lennusadam maritime museum. It was definitely worth the walk.
We had two pasties as appetisers (one meat, one fish, both very tasty), then shared fresh, hot buckwheat blinis with sour cream, lumpfish caviar, red onion and dill, and goats cheese millefeuille. The goats cheese dish was perfectly nice but the blinis were absolutely superb, as good as anything I've eaten in London recently, and are highly recommended. For mains we had a modern take on Chicken Kiev, which came with a rich, buttery potato puree, and Salmon 'Napoleon', which was wrapped in cabbage and came with a variety of delicious accompaniments. Both were very good. Complimentary fresh bread accompanied both courses.
The staff were friendly and spoke excellent English. The final bill was €84 (pre-tip) for appetisers, two courses each, four glasses of wine and two beers. For the high quality, I thought this was very reasonable. Moon is definitely worth a visit while you're in Tallinn.
4 based on 39 reviews
Lovely village restaurant ROOTS welcomes you to warm your heart with nice interior, hospitable service and fantastic food. You will find various dishes on our menu with tastes travelling through different countries and becoming perfectly matched on your plate. Menu: wide range of dishes for every taste, including options for vegetarians and guests with food allergies Children friendly: special menu, highchairs, play corner, playground, kid's cooking classes, birthday parties Pet friendly: special menu, free bowl of water Great venue: for celebrating important events for friends, family, co-workers or tourist groups
I have visited this restaurant for several times and never dissapointed. They have nice selection for main, starters and breakfast (of course also for children) and really is worth the money. Personnel is very helpful and friendly. Would recommend for friends, couples, birthdays and so on.
5 based on 5 reviews
Went to this place due to the ratings on Tripadvisor and was not disappointed. Full even on a Sunday evening, but we were lucky and got a table, Delicious food and fair prices! Extraordinary old house and very friendly service.
4 based on 25 reviews
China Red is a little Chinese restaurant opened in Viimsi in 2007. Our aim is to cook healthy chinese food from fresh ingredients, with no MSG added. We also offer take-away!
I was there with 3 friends this summer. Portions are big, but not delicious. Far away from the chinese food i tasted in other chinese restaurants. If you want to eat cheap and a lot, it`s good place. But if you want to enjoy what you eat, i would never recommend going there.
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