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    Café Maiasmokk

    The story of one of the oldest cafés in Tallinn, which has continuously been operating ever since, began in 1864. Café Maiasmokk is unique due to its interior of the first floor, which has remained practically unchanged for more than 100 years. You can enjoy in this historical café or buy to take with you fresh pastries and delicious handmade candies - all of which are made on site and of natural raw material. There is also a marzipan room on the premises of the café, where one can learn about marzipan and the history of the café via audioguide, visit the exhibition of marzipan figures, and observe the process of marzipan painting.
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    • Indulgent coffee and cake in historic surroundings

      tripadvisor rating 5 of 5
      May 12, 2024 By Lisa L

      Mixture of history and blimin good coffee and cake at this place! You must go to the marzipan rooms and see the beautifully hand painted marzipan figures, if you’re lucky there will be someone... Read more comments

    • Lovey coffee shop with history

      tripadvisor rating 5 of 5
      May 12, 2024 By Donkey365

      Wonderful cafe and marzipan/chocolate shop. Historical building with lovely ambience and a great story about its history. Coffee and cake too. Lovely atmosphere and reasonable prices

    • Nice Cafe with a Good Selection of Tasty Things to Eat

      tripadvisor rating 4 of 5
      May 11, 2024 By vaeltava_aave

      A nice cafe with a wide range of pastries and cakes. If you sit by the window, you see the Russian Embassy at the other side of the street, and you may get a bit absurd feeling eating an eclaire... Read more comments