Well-known Estonian vegans put Fafa's menu to the test

Street food chain Fafa's, which recently opened its door in Sokos Hotels Tallinn, has had its vegan menu tested by some of Estonia's best-known vegans. There's plenty to enjoy: a range of vegan pitas and salads with crispy falafel, cauliflower, hummus and delicious sauces.

Street food chain Fafa's, which recently opened its door in Sokos Hotels Tallinn, has had its vegan menu tested by some of Estonia's best-known vegans. There's plenty to enjoy: a range of vegan pitas and salads with crispy falafel, cauliflower, hummus and delicious sauces. The cherries on top are its unbeatable sweet potato fries and house lemonade.

Fafa's Viru was visited by popular musicians and YouTubers Liina Ariadne Pedanik and Martti Hallik, Estonian country singer Airi Ojamets, representatives of the Loomus organisation and the Estonian Vegan Society, the organisers of the Tallinn Vegan Fair, vegan restaurant V owner Loore Raav, ‘Vegan Life in Estonia' blogger Evelyn Valtin and Tallinn TV series ‘Ela Hästi!' host and Banaanisaar.ee representative Liisa-Indra Pajuste.

Fafa's is on the 1st floor of the Viru Keskus shopping centre, right next to the mad-mex Amarillo restaurant.

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