Saturday, 3 November 2012

Alexander at Pädaste Manor Named Best Restaurant in Estonia

Padaste manor has the best restaurant in EstoniaFor the third consecutive year, Alexander restaurant at Pädaste Manor was awarded the title of Best Restaurant in Estonia by “Flavours of Estonia”, while Pädaste's sister restaurant in Tallinn, Neh, also features among the top 10.

Pädaste restauranteur Martin Breuer said that this recognition is a great honour. “We are excited and happy,” said Breuer. “We are committed to maintaining the levels achieved, to continuing our Nordic islands’ cuisine mission, and to widening Estonia's culinary progress internationally.” 
Breuer congratulated colleagues and thanked clients and partners of Pädaste Manor. “Our thanks go to everyone who has  accepted and supported us in our ideas about Nordic islands’ cuisine - it means a lot to us. Our special acknowledgment and gratitude goes to local farmers and fishermen whose support made it possible to initiate the concept of the unique cuisine of the Nordic islands in a small community like the island of Muhu,” said Peeter Pihel, Chef de Cuisine. “The best local food, made of the best local ingredients, has always been our fundamental principle.”

The selection and evaluation process for the awards is carried out by food critics from Finland, Sweden and Russia as well as Estonian food journalists, food bloggers, restaurateurs and chefs.
Pädaste Manor on the small Estonian island of Muhu is the home Alexander restaurant’s unique Nordic islands cuisine concept. Pädaste was the first Baltic hotel to be accepted into the prestigious collection of Small Luxury Hotels of the World. In 2012 Pädaste Manor was announced the winner of the annual Heike Kamerlingh Onnes European Heritage Award to honour successful efforts contributing to the protection, conservation and promotion of cultural heritage.