Leib means black bread in Estonian and for a reason we have chosen it to be our name!
Good old Estonian black bread – fresh, warm, simple, and honest – It’s what we grow up with and what we dream about when away. It’s what we, Estonians, are really.
Our passion is using simple Estonian ingredients to build a creative seasonal menu.
And meet the rest of our team
Leib Resto ja Aed is all about fresh local food. We work with small local
organic farms, butchers and fishermen. We believe in simple local dining.
Good old Estonian black bread – fresh, warm, simple, and honest – it’s what we grow up with and what we dream about when away. It’s what we are, really.
And now it’s the name of our restaurant.
Estonians are simple, we don’t like pretentious food, stuffy service, or overpriced menus. But we do like to be creative and eat well.
We think locally. During summers we fire up the grill and pretty much spend entire days in the garden, drinking wine and spending time with friends.
Then the autumn comes, and you’ll find us in the forest – scouting for mushrooms, happy as elves, anxiously talking about everything we’ll prepare from them the next day.
And so on, season after season.
We’re classy yet casual, local yet modern.
Perhaps the only not-so-Estonian thing about us is the extensive beer and wine list that we combine with every single item on the menu, even with our delicious hand-made bread.