Top Restaurants in Parnu, Estonia

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Elizabeth Georgian

Parnu is Estonia’s top summer resort, conveniently located less than two hours by car from Tallinn and just two and a half hours from Riga, Latvia. Easy enough to travel to for a weekend getaway, Parnu makes a brilliant destination for a break at any time of the year. Here are our favourite restaurants in the city.

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Noot

Located in the luxe yet family-friendly Estonia Resort Hotel and Spa, Noot restaurant features Nordic-inspired design. Chef Rudolf Visnapuu boasts the Cordon Bleu culinary award and his offerings include fried catfish and beef tournedos. The chocolate fondant cake accompanied with rich coffee ice cream is a definite highlight.

Hea Maa

This super cool restaurant is located in Parnu’s old City Hall. Hea Maa uses locally sourced ingredients to create traditional Estonian dishes with a twist. Try the pike perch or beef cheek with sweet potato. If there’s any room for dessert, opt for blueberry soup or a chocolate fondant with caramel balsamic ice cream.

Ammende’s Villa

Red stone crab claw / Cooked crabs boiled on wooden plate with lemon on plate served seafood

Enjoy fine dining within the luxurious Villa Ammende Art Nouveau Hotel. The chefs concentrate on seasonal produce to create plentiful seafood dishes. A menu must-have is the lobster poached in butter. Afternoon Tea is also on offer at Ammende’s Villa.

Poisi Eine

Perfect for a quick lunch, Poisi Eine serves sandwiches, wraps, salads, snacks, and desserts. The warm yellow interiors are friendly and welcoming, making it the ideal place for a catch up with friends or family.

C. F. Hahni Pub

C. F. Hahni Pub is a large bar with a variety of food alongside extensive drink options. Menu highlights include osso bucco and barbecue burgers. There’s also an affordable weekday lunch deal. For liquor fans, C. F. Hahni Pub carry the locally produced Saaremaa Vodka.

Parnu Kuursaal

Parnu Kuursaal is a popular restaurant and music hall that was built in the 1880s. Considered the largest pub in Estonia, this is the place to go for raging, all-night parties. If you visit in the day or early evening, there’s a small menu of bar snacks, mains and salads to line your stomach with for the night ahead.

Villa Wesset

Fried chicken fillet with parsley and ketchup

Part of a hotel, this restaurant has a large indoor and seasonal outdoor area in addition to a really lovely covered terrace, great for Estonia’s chillier weather. Villa Wesset offers Estonian specialities like eel and herring as well as a plethora of other dishes. The pasta and chicken fillet is highly recommended, especially when followed by either (or both!) the cream cheese and juniper cake or chocolate and sea buckthorn cake.

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