Restaurants, Supermarkets, Street Food, |
If you're in Estonia you simply must taste Kama. It's flour-like thing which you mix with kefir or buttermilk and add sugar to taste. It can vary from drink to porridge-like food, just as you prefer. Estonian traditional liquer is Vana Tallinn, which is sold either pure and strong (vol. 40, 45 and 50) or as cream liquer (tastes somewhat like Baileys)
There are lots of supermarkets in towns and around them. They are usually small or medium size in the centres and larger in other areas.
Estonians don't eat much in the streets. There are some hamburger and hot-dog kiosks, but usually dining is done in some fast food places or in cafés.