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Maiasmokk, the oldest operational cafe in Tallinn and entire Estonia has operated at the same location already since the year 1864. The cafe is unique due to its interior, which has remained unchanged for almost a century.
It was my favorite. It was good place before wejre start you day. Thes best pies and Good Coffee but not anymore. See some rimi terrible pies. Exactly the same s..... Really sad :(
Only location is left :(
It ruined my Morning!!
After a long walk down from Toompea Hill this is a fantastic place to stop by for a piece of cake and a very good cappuccino.It has a bit of history too...something like a businessman came from Moscow that he loved Tallinn so much...he decided...to stay and opened this coffee house,true or not...I loved this place.More
I can't claim to have been to every cafe in Tallinn, but this was certainly the most traditional and charming that we saw. We had a wonderful mid-morning stop to drink good filter coffee and eat some tasty pastries. The place feels like it hasn't...changed much in over a century, in a good way. And afterwards check out the marzipan museum attached to the cafe.More
Lovely formal traditional coffee house selling traditional marzipan cakes, sweets
and figures at the front of the building (with a lady painting the marzipan figurines). Through into the street level cafe is a beautiful traditional old style European cafe with wood panelling and glass panel...ceiling. Excellent selection of pastries, savouries and cakes perfect for a mid morning or afternoon snackette with good quality coffees to take a break from a day touring round the old city. Worth a visit.More
This traditional Coffee House and Restaurant is reminiscent of Vienna, Budapest and Venice for its high quality and wide choice of patisseries plus coffee and excellent service. It is also a Mecca for those who like Marzipan and a "must visit" on any trip to...TallinnMore
Pretty great place to start the day if you like strong coffee and a pastry to fuel your cultural mornings. Unsurprisingly - as it's billed as the oldest cafe in Tallinn - the only customers were foreigners but my local speciality choice, complete with marzipan...in the middle, was still warm from the oven and delicious. There was an upstairs (closed), so they're clearly prepared for the busy season, and a lady hand painting marzipan figures in the room next door (accessible through cafe). Loos were OK - not gender specific.More