As local as it gets
Why locals love it
What could be a more inspiring setting for Uus Maailm's community café than a 100-year-old wooden house with restored stoves and old furniture? While the food is a bit richer than it was in the old days, the café still has the distinct feel of a grandma's house complete with old furniture that most of us recognise.
Why you should visit it
Kohalik ("Local") is as local as it gets, although you could mistake the food for that of a fancy restaurant judging by its freshness and quality. Despite the professional cooking, this place is surprisingly inexpensive and attracts a mixed crowd both inside the building and out on the terrace.
They even have their own fisherman – the famous Estonian football player Raio Piiroja!