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TOP 5 coffee shops in Tallinn

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By Noora Karppi  •  24.04.2019

A hot sizzling cup of fresh handmade coffee is not hard to find in Tallinn.

As there are so many places to choose from, we want to make it easier for you to find that perfect cup to take-away and stroll in the streets of Tallinn. These are the coffee shops where you’ll find the best baristas and good quality coffee in Tallinn. So check them out when you need your daily dose of caffeine. 

Gourmet Coffee

Trühvel

Kalamaja / Telliskivi Creative City: Telliskivi 60

Trühvel restaurant in the cherished Telliskivi Creative City offers tasty Mediterranean food and delicious coffee. Inside the restaurant, you'll find a small roastery and the freshest coffee in town. The modern interiors of Trühvel fit perfectly in the bohemian atmosphere of Telliskivi area. So enjoy your cup of coffee in the restaurant or takeaway and stroll around the most creative neighbourhood in Tallinn.

RØST Bakery & Café

Rotermann Quarter: Rotermanni 14

RØST is located in the newly renovated area of Rotermann Quarter in the centre of Tallinn. The cafe-bakery treats early-morning visitors to Scandinavian-style cinnamon and cardamom buns and the unbeatable aroma of freshly ground coffee. All of its coffee is made from beans sourced from the best roasters in Estonia and abroad.


The Living Room Café

City centre: Pärnu maantee 9

The Living Room Café is run by local student volunteers and serves as a popular hang-out place for students and artists. The café is of course very cosy, just like a living room! Besides excellent coffee, you can also find snacks and meals and good company at this centrally located café. On weekends the café is filled with live music for you to enjoy.


Björn Espresso Bar

City centre: Maakri 19

Björn means bear in Swedish and this Espresso Bar is like a home of a modern urban bear. The baristas at the classy and charming Björn Espresso Bar offer coffee drinks to go, but you can also stay and enjoy the atmosphere at this coffee shop in the city centre.

Extra tip: Lisanna - Vegan Coffee Shop