Vihula Manor takes pride in its heritage and this is reflected in our menus focused on local Estonian cuisine, combining hearty traditional countryside dishes and elegant manor cuisine. Some recipes even come from the manor’s historical cookbooks, which our executive chef has carefully examined.
Another important aspect is our green concept with many of the ingredients coming from the estate’s own organic Manor Garden, Eco-Farm, neighboring gardens and farms. This allows us to offer food as fresh and pesticide free as possible.
The Vihula Manor Restaurant places emphasis on local and nearby produce but in the composition of the menu, the attention is turned towards north-western Europe and Scandinavia and thus, the garden of Vihula Manor, the forests of Lahemaa, the northern Norwegian Sea and the mountains of Scotland all meet in the dishes of the restaurant.
The Kaval-Ants Tavern offers guests a slice of Estonian history. Traditional dishes from Estonian cuisine make their way to the table and can be spiced up with a bit of Estonian traditional dances and live music.
At Vihula Manor you can enjoy life’s simple pleasures, such as seeing a friendly kitchen lady coming with a basket full of freshly picked salad and herbs from the garden, and just a while later being served an exquisitely fresh salad at the sunny Lawn Terrace in front of the Main Manor House...
Vihula Manor Restaurant Head Chef Lauri Tomingas