A mouth-watering guide for the true sweet tooth

Craving a cinnamon roll or a fancy gourmet chocolate? Believe us, we know exactly how you feel. We also know that there are more than enough opportunities to satisfy those cravings in the Rotermann Quarter. Allow us to present four mouth-watering stops for the true sweet tooth

Jeff de Bruges

Jeff de Bruges combines the quality of Belgian gourmet chocolate with the uniqueness and ingenuity of French recipes. It’s a place to find gifts that will warm the heart and excite the taste buds of your loved ones, as well as a delightful spot to treat yourself with a ready-to-go selection of chocolates or a ballotin of your favourite flavours. By the way, Jeff de Bruges was established in France in 1986, so they know very well what’s right for the real sweet tooth.

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Known for the best macaroons in the city, this café serves oven-fresh pastries and cakes from the early hours of the morning. All Levier’s staff are excellent baristas, and the pastry chefs use the finest ingredients to create real treats. One of the very best places to relax and savour a coffee, a slice of cake or an éclair.

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In Rotermann, there’s no way you can ignore RØST in the mornings. Even if you try, the aroma of freshly baked pastries and freshly brewed coffee just pulls you in. Never been to RØST? Then what you need to know is that it’s a small bakery with Scandinavian influences, with some of the best – and most famous – pastries in Tallinn, and coffee that lives up to them, made with the finest beans from micro-roasting companies.

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Kalev Chocolate Shop and Workshop

Kalev Chocolate Shop and Workshop, located in the heart of the Rotermann Quarter, offers a full range of traditional Kalev sweets and delicious hand-crafted chocolate candies and bars, as well as gorgeous hand-painted marzipan figures and chocolates. On the second floor of the store, there is a sweets workshop where all sweet lovers are welcome to make their own treats.

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