Great food and some of the best Creme Brulee I have ever tasted. Restaurant is housed in a circa 13th century building in Tallinn's Old Town. They have a restaurant, cellar (for wine, cheeses, fruit and desserts), and a cafe (baked pastry products, quiches, tartes, handmade chocolates, trufles and fresh salads). Everything in the cafe can be taken away.
Favorite Dish: Creme Brulee - try it and find out why it is so good.
This place is inexpensive and bakes all its own pastries on the premises. I had a cheese croissant and apple strudel both of which were delicious. A great place for a snack or for breakfast or lunch with a convenient location in old town, perfect for a break from sightseeing.
Serving French food with Estonian touch. The service is not the fastest, however very professional.
Favorite Dish: Quiches are good, but nothing extreme, you get better from Intermarche supermarkets. Good cakes and other sweet pastries. Atmosphere better than in tourist populated places in center.
Bonaparte Café & Deli is a cluster of gourmet destinations including restaurant, coffeehouse, wine bar and a deli. We visited the latter while on our way to the harbour and back to Finland, as it is conveniently located at the northern end of the Tallinn old town -- only a few minutes walk to the ship.
The deli is quite small and there is not that many variations on display, but don't let that disturb you. We bought one of the best filled croissants I've ever tasted -- they were filled with parma ham, sweet onion jam and some greens. Really innovative, really tasty.
The deli has also local gourmet products and specialties on sale. They will also take orders for cakes and such.