Tai Boh

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 5 reviews )

Serves meat, vegan options available. Asian fusion restaurant an interior designed by local artist and authentic chef from Thailand. Has a separate vegetarian menu that is mostly vegan. Extensive drinks list, including cocktails. Eccentric atmosphere with lots of art, located in a very central place in a historic building on the edge of Tallinn Old Town. Located on the second floor, in the same building as Manna La Roosa. Suitable for bigger groups. It is advisable to make a reservation beforehand, which is easy via their online reservation system. Open Mon-Thu 2:00pm-11:00pm, Fri-Sat 2:00pm-1:00am, Sun 2:00pm-11:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Ovo, Thai, Asian, Fusion, Non-veg

5 Reviews

First Review by Morbid Cafe

Mixed feelings - Edit

When we arrived we were amazed by the atmosphere and the decoration, but when we told we were vegans we got disappointd. There was only one vegan main course and the waitress didn't offer to do any changes to the vegetarian dishes to make avegan version. The dish (grilled vegetable skewers) was very light and taste average, not bad but didn't fulfill te expectations that the atmosphere of the restaurant settled. However the mocktails we had in the beginning were perfect.

Pros: atmosphere & decoration, drinks

Cons: only one vegan option

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Ask if it's really vegan - Edit

Food: 4/5
Vegan options (variety): 2/5
Vegan labelling: 0/5
Value for money: 3/5
Portion size: 3/5
Atmosphere: 5/5
Service: 4/5
Location: 5/5
Reservation recommended: Yes

You need to ask if it's really vegan.

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Friendly service and very aesthetically pleasing environment! - Edit

The service was very friendly and helpful regarding the vegan options. All of us enjoyed the foods, although the spiciness came as a surprise to our Finnish palates. The restaurant looked so cute and we wanted to take pictures of everything! Good prices, too.

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good spot for bringing non-veg friends - Edit

I'm giving this place the benefit of the doubt because my non-veg family members all loved their food. They just happened to be out of the miso tofu soup I wanted because I went there half an hour before closing. I had a different soup (not listed on vegetarian menu) which was really good anyway. Service was good, decor scheme was quite unusual (think Terry Gilliam-style art everywhere, including ceilings). I wouldn't go again, necessarily, but it was good for what I needed (quick bite to eat after getting into the city late). A bit pricey, main courses range from about 12-25€.

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Super impressed - Edit

When I first went to Tai Boh I was expecting an overpriced menu and poor food quality because it's nearly impossible to find good Asian food in Estonia.
How wrong I was! The food was excellent and authentic. The service is top notch (very un-Estonian) and the venue is super cool.

Of the multiple choices on the separate vegetarian menu only two are not vegan according to the waiter - fried rice and egg noodles in Pad Thai rolls. Fried rice can be made without egg.

I want to go back and spend the whole day there, lounging around and sipping cocktails.
The only downside is that the drinks and cocktails are really quite pricey by local standards.

Pros: Delicious Thai inspired food, Cool interior and ambiance , Good service

Cons: Pricey drinks, It's very popular - best make a reservation

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