Tasty Tartu invites you to enjoy taste experiences in February
Tartu City Government Press Release
27 January / February is once again Tasty Tartu month in Tartu, when you can try a three-course special menu, offering new food experiences, at 23 restaurants.
‘This year, we gave a larger number of restaurants than usual the opportunity to join the campaign, which are highly motivated to offer visitors appetising special menus,’ said Tartu Deputy Mayor Raimond Tamm. ‘The last year has been difficult for the catering sector due to the applicable restrictions and the decrease in the number of patrons, which is why I encourage residents of Tartu and guests to city to take part in the taste experiences being offered.’
In addition to their regular menu, the restaurants developed a new menu especially for Tasty Tartu. The special menu uses as many local ingredients as possible, and during their preparation the restaurants were given feedback by an expert jury.
Tasty Tartu – the month of taste experiences awaited by residents of Tartu and visitors to the city – is taking place for the seventh time this year. The special menus can be enjoyed throughout February and are sold as a set, with the price of a three-course meal ranging from EUR 21 to EUR 25.
The following are participating in the Tasty Tartu 2021 venture: Antonius, Cafe Shakespeare, Cafe Truffe, Chez André, Dorpat, Entri, FII, GMP Patisserie, Gustav Gastro Cafe, Kampus, kohvik-resto Välk, Lihuniku Äri, Meat Market, Pepe’s, Pierre, Polpo, Püssirohukelder, Spargel, Taverna, Trikster Tihane, Werner, Vilde ja Vine, and Drinkgeld/Ülikooli kohvik.
As usual, food lovers can also appreciate the efforts of restaurants – visitors’ favourites will be determined based on the evaluations of those who visited the restaurants in February. Menus and a list of participating restaurants are available on the event’s website www.maitsevtartu.ee.
Responsible catering and accommodation establishments in the City of Tartu will begin to display the consumer campaign label ‘You Are Safe Here’. The consumer label indicates that a restaurant, café, bar or hotel has joined the goodwill agreement, developed by catering establishments within the City of Tartu, with the aim of working together to stop the spread of the coronavirus. By using the label, the business confirms its compliance with the goodwill agreement, without exception, and compliance with the instructions of the Health Board. Companies that have joined can be found here: https://www.tartu.ee/et/tarbijamargis-siin-on-turvaline
Additional information: Marilin Kroon, Business Development Specialist, Department of Business Development, Tartu City Government, Tel: 736-1194, 512-4634.
Last changed 27.01.2021