This is the oldest cafe in Tallinn, you can feel the olden times vibrations! Amazing interior! Even the mirrors are old - from past times! Very nice cakes and wonderful coffee! Prices are reasonable.
About Kalev Marzipan Factory Museum
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Don't bother putting this one on your itinerary. It's just a small room with a few marzipan figurines on display in a Kalev shop. Apparently sometimes there's someone sitting in the corner showing you how they decorate the figurines. That person wasn't there when I...More
This is one of the oldest marzipan shops in Tallinn - started by Georg Stude. You'll find marzipan in all shapes and sizes - from the Estonian flag to hearts to hedgehogs and frogs. Each marzipan is painted carefully by hand by talented artists -...More
A small shop that sells chocolate and marzipan. Marzipan representing the Olympic mascot was available for sale in addition to all interesting forms. A lady at the corner decorates the marzipan to show how it is done. Did not try the sit down service.
Inspite of a heavy lunch we walked into this museum cum cafe to taste some of the marzipan. They had a huge variety to choose from. There was a person sitting and hand painting some very intricate designs on the spot. It was an interesting...More
Tried both downstairs and upstairs and upstairs is more relaxing as waitress service and comfy seats.
We're Tourism Management students and we were on a school trip in Tallinn and decided to do our review task about Kalev Marzipan Factory Museum. The location was a little misleading because on the outside it was advertised as a café so we didn't realize...More
The Marzipan Museum is actually a beautiful store that is holding the secret of the Kalev family, for many years. They have invented the Marzipan, and excelled in decorating it. In the store, you can see photos of the family, shelves with all kinds and...More