Estonia is a land of surprising contrasts. Half of the country is covered in forest, yet Estonians live in one of the world’s most digitally advanced societies. And despite being considered a Baltic nation, Estonia has more in common with Finland across the gulf than any of its northern European neighbours. A similar dichotomy underpins Estonia’s dining scene where farm-to-table cooking and casual Scandinavian-influenced hotspots rule. In short: Estonia has much to offer hungry visitors, and Kristjan Peäske – a sommelier and restaurateur behind some of Estonia’s most exciting restaurants – wants to help travellers make the most of their visit to Tallinn, Estonia’s emerging capital.