Tallinn European School is catered by Baltic Restaurants Estonia AS.

Baltic Restaurants Estonia AS is the largest catering company in Estonia. It is part of the Baltic Restaurant Group and operating in Estonia since 1993. Baltic Restaurants employs more than 500 people in Estonia and provide catering at 116 locations across the country: schools and kindergartens, universities, office buildings, staff canteens. Catering for schools is offered under the Daily trademark.

Daily school catering

School lunch menus are prepared in accordance with health protection requirements stemming from a Minister of Social Affairs regulation on health protection requirements for catering in preschools and general schools.

Baltic Restaurants is a member of the EU School Fruit, Vegetables and Milk Scheme. They provide milk and fruit or vegetables during each school lunch.

For every school day, the canteen provides: 

  • Breakfast – 1,50 euros
  • Lunch – 2,95 euros
  • Afternoon snack – 2,00 euros
  • Nursery catering – 3,60 euros

If your child has food allergies, please inform us about the allergens at the beginning of each school year by emailing us at

Breakfast is served at a self-service counter and consists in: 

Porridge menu (changes every week):

  • Mon – Whole grain oat porridge/Raw buckwheat porridge
  • Tue – Pearl couscous/Raw buckwheat porridge
  • Wed – Seven-grain porridge/Raw buckwheat porridge
  • Thu – Four-grain porridge/Raw buckwheat porridge
  • Fri – Rice porridge/Raw buckwheat porridge
  • Porridge toppings: butter, jam, raw jam, honey
  • Fruit muesli and corn flakes daily

A warm breakfast every morning, varies from day to day:

  • Omelette
  • Fried egg
  • Boiled egg
  • Warm sandwich
  • Pancake
  • Croissant
  • Filled croissants
  • Tacos with vegetables or meat filling
  • Wraps

Invigorating and vitamin-rich beverages with breakfast:

  • Smoothies (made on-site)
  • Freshly squeezed juices
  • Natural homemade juices: apple juice, beetrot juice, cabbage juice, carrot juice
  • Herbal tea, cocoa

In addition, there is a possibility to buy a large selection of locally made stuffed sandwiches, wraps and salads from the cafeteria.

Lunch is served at a self-service counter. The pupils fill their plate with the foods they prefer. In addition to a healthy buffet, lunches consist in: 

  • A main course four times a week
  • Soup and dessert once a week

On main course days, the hot options include three different hot side dishes. Cold options include at least three different salads, consisting of fresh ingredients. There are also cold beverages appropriate for the menu. Raw salads are available on soup days. One vegetarian option is available every day. Desserts are made on the spot. 


  • processed raw materials (e.g. sulphide potatoes etc.) and prefabricated foods
  • dishes made from wieners and sausages
  • sweets
  • water-based sweetened or carbonated beverages


  • flavour enhancers or seasoning that contains salt
  • ready-to-eat powders, e.g. sauce or broth powders, etc.
  • liquid concentrates – soups, broths, sauces. Broth are made from natural raw materials

Baltic Restaurants follows the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) No 1169/2011 when providing nutritional information. For food sold without its package, customer must be provided with information at every sale point. Certainly, customer must receive information about the food names and allergenic or intolerable ingredients.

There is no need to bring up allergens if the food name already refers to its content. Information on ingredients can be presented in several ways – using written, oral or both methods.

Allergen/code Allergen

1Grains containing gluten such as wheat, rye, barley, oats, spelt, Polish wheat and their hybrids and products made from these grains except:
1) Wheat-based glucose syrups, including glucose;
2) Wheat-based maltodextrins;
3) Barley-based glucose syrups;
4) Grains which are used to make distillate of agricultural origin or ethyl alcohol for the manufacture of ethanol drinks and other alcoholic beverages.
2Milk and products made from it, including lactose, with the exception of:
1) Whey from which distillates of agricultural origin or ethyl alcohol are prepared for the preparation of ethanol drinks and other alcoholic beverages;
2) Lactitol.
3Eggs and products made from them
4Fish and fish products, except:
1) Fish gelatine used as a carrier for vitamin or carotenoid kits;
2) Fish gelatine or fish glue used as a preservative in beer and wine
5Crustaceans and products made from them
6Peanuts and products made from them
7Soybeans and products thereof, except:
1) Fully refined soybean oil and fat;
2) Natural blended tocopherols derived from soybean (E306), natural D-alpha-tocopherol, natural D-alpha-tocopherol acetate, natural D-alpha-tocopherol succinate;
3) Vegetable oil phytosterols and phytosterol esters made from soybeans;
4) Plant stanol ester produced from vegetable oil derived from soybean oil.
8Nuts like almonds (Amygdaluscommunis L.), hazelnuts (Corylusavellana), walnuts (Juglansregia), Indian cashew nuts (Anacardiumoccidentale), Pecans (Caryaillinoiesis (Wangenh.) K. Koch), Brazil nuts or paranuts (Bertholletiaexcelsa), pistachios (Pistaciavera), different macadamia nuts (Macadamiaternifolia), and products made from them, excluding nuts which are used to make distillates of agricultural origin or ethyl alcohol for the preparation of ethanol drinks and other alcoholic beverages
9Celery and products made from it
10Mustard and products made from it
11Sesame seeds and products made from them
12Lupine and products made from it
13Sulphur dioxide and sulphites if their concentration, expressed as SO2, is greater than 10 mg/kg or 10 mg/L
14Molluscs and products made from them

Catering for nursery children as well as school lunches, breakfasts and afternoon snacks for primary and secondary level are provided in the school canteen only on the basis of a parent’s application. The application also forms the basis for invoicing. The invoice covers all school days and meals indicated on the application, unless the parent has notified catering about the child’s absence or refused school catering with a separate application. Students register each meal with their pupil’s card.

Please notify the school canteen by e-mail at whenever your child is ill or will be absent from school for another reason. Please make sure to notify us no later than by 9 AM the previous working day. We will be able to take the child’s absence into consideration on the day following the notification. Please also inform us about your child’s return on the previous working day. If your child will be leaving school for good, please inform the school canteen at least ten working days in advance by e-mail.

Catering invoices will be sent to the e-mail address given on the application by the 10th of the month following the catering service. Invoices must be paid within 14 calendar days to Baltic Restaurants Estonia AS’s bank account in SEB Bank:

Baltic Restaurants Estonia AS
SEB Bank: EE101010220197929220

  • School lunch – 2.95 euros
  • Breakfast – 1.50 euros
  • Afternoon snack – 2.00 euros
  • Nursery catering – 3.60 euros

The school buffet accepts cash or bank cards.

If your child has food allergies, please inform us about the allergens at the beginning of each school year by emailing us at

The canteen is open from 8:00 to 16:30 each school day.

  • Breakfast: 8:00-10:50
  • Lunch: 11:45-13:05
  • Afternoon snack: 15:05-15:30

For additional information, please contact:

Regina Henk
Manager of the Daily school canteen
Phone: +372 5787 7805

See the canteen’s procedure for processing personal data: English / Estonian