In summertime, Telliskivi has street food fairs, second-hand markets, hosts street performers and shows movies in the open air. F-hoone, which was the first of many to open in Telliskivi, is buzzing with energy, partly because the pricing policy is really wallet friendly. I would recommend the place for drinks, small snacks and people watching.
Bueno Gourmet food truck, run by a Chilean-Estonian couple, has been voted the best cheap eat in Tallinn. They serve popular North- and South-American sandwiches like Philly cheesesteaks, burritos and tacos. Bueno Gourmet stays open late and is usually parked in front of Pudel Bar.
One of the hubs in Hipsterville Kalamaja is the recently renovated Balti Jaama Market, with lots of fresh produce and specialty food shops. The street food aisle boasts Baojaam – the one and only bao station in town. All the baos are good, but if you were to pick one, opt for the traditional pork belly bao.
Burger hunters’ best options would be Uulits stall at the market, or Burger Box right beside the market. Try the Burger Box spicy pulled pork or vegetarian falafel burger.
Kaja Pizza Köök has a lot of devoted fans. After working in London, the two chefs came back and changed the local pizza game. Approximately 200 Neapolitan style pizzas are baked daily in their wood-fired oven. Homemade sourdough base, San Marzano tomatoes grown in volcanic soil and constantly changing toppings are a real treat with a bargain price. When they sell out, the show is over. Therefore, check the Facebook page Kaja Pizza Köök for updates and opening hours.