Leia Bistroo Tallinn Review – Food, Menu, Price

Leia Bistroo bistro restaurant
Leia Bistroo Signage

Visit Leia Bistroo for a local Estonian meal at an affordable price compared to other restaurants around. Come in the morning from 9-11 am for a breakfast menu that offers omelettes and pastries. The lunch menu starts at 11 am -4 pm which includes main dishes and soup dishes. Let us review the restaurant more in-depth below!

Food Menu Prices at Leia Bistroo

Leia Bistroo Food Menu
The left is for the lunch menu. The right is for the breakfast menu.

If you were to visit the cafe how do you know what to order if you do not understand the language? What you can do is use the “Google” app or the “Google Translate” app and use the app to translate. Try it out!

The prices are still quite affordable, for breakfast you can get a meal under 4€‎. If you’re going for lunch you can get the noodle soup dish under 5€‎ too.

When I was there, customers are usually locals and military personnel. I believe that there is a military base nearby. Meaning the food is prepared for the locals, the price shouldn’t be too expensive and also food should suit local tastes.

Do note that the Menu changes often or even daily, depending on what ingredients they have. However, prices would not differ too much.

Food Ordering

Leia Bistroo food ordering
Ordering line system at Leia Bistroo.

The bistro works on an ordering line system. Firstly, take a tray. They have lemon water which you can take. I also saw some juices which I think you can take too. Next move on to the pickled vegetables, there are a few choices, you can take whichever you prefer. These all act as the sides to your dish and are included in the price.

Moving on you will let the person know what mains you are looking at, for example, what I chose was Beef Patty with cheese.

Beef patty food Leia Bistroo Tallinn
Beef Hamburger Patty with Cheese.

The server will pass you a beef patty as seen in the photo. Then he/she will ask you for the carbs that you want. I chose the potatoes. This process will create the main dish.

Moving on, you can add on pastries like bread. Pastries cost around 1-2€‎. ‎You can also order coffee or tea.

In my opinion, the food tastes good but don’t expect it to awe your taste buds. As you can see from the photo, it is a very simple meal. The food is meant to fill the stomachs of locals and employees who frequent this place.

Restaurant Information

Opening Hours

Monday – Friday
9 am – 4 pm


Masina 11 10144 Tallinn Tallinn, Harju County, Estonia

Website Information: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100067992646085

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