kolm sibulat tallinn


Kolm Sibulat Tallinn: the newest hotspot in Kalamaja

30 August 2013

Local hipster favourite Kolm Sibulat Tallinn

Sunday to me and my love means brunch time! Kolm Sibulat Tallinn is only open for a few weeks and all the locals are raving about it. So we had to try and test it for you! It’s a short walk from the city center to the hipster district Kalamaja. Kolm Sibulat means 3 onions and they played with that in the interior design. Copper design onions used as lamps are the eye catchers of this restaurant. Brick walls and a concrete floor give it a trendy look. One dining room has wooden walls what makes it look very cosy! Almost like a chalet on a snow ski holiday :-).

The menu at Kolm Sibulat Tallinn

On the menu at Kolm Sibulat Tallinn you find typical Estonian dishes with a modern or international twist. We noticed that cider is a very popular drink in Tallinn and since it’s already after 13 o’clock we decide to go for it too. After all… we’re on holiday ;-)! For brunch we (aka the foodtwins) order scallops with chili and ginger aioli. Sounds just as good as it tastes! With a jacket on it was nice enough to eat outside. Love it!

Next stop from Kolm Sibulat Tallinn

The creative industrial area around Telliskivi 60. Have fun!

Kolm Sibulat Tallinn

Address: Telliskivi 2, Tallinn, Estonia
Neighbourhood: Kalamaja
Website: kolmsibulat.eu
Price level: cheap
Perfect for: dinner or a Sunday brunch

PS: more hotspots are in the Tallinn Little Black Book. A Tallinn city guide with the best restaurants, shops and things to do. Click here for the latest hotspots in the trendy hipster district Kalamaja!

This trip to Tallinn is organized by the Estonian Tourist Board and Tallinn City Tourist Office.

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Anne de Buck

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