Bringing a taste of France to Tallinn’s tranquil and impressively-forested neighbourhood of Kadriorg, Köleri 2 offers all manner of tasty Gallic treats, from French onion soup to macarons. But it’s the crêpes and buckwheat galettes that truly steal the show – and make for the perfect snack post-sightseeing (Kadriorg Park and Palace are conveniently nearby). Made with a wide selection of fillings, diners can indulge in anything from a classic Nutella crêpe to a more hearty galette with goat cheese, parma ham, rocket, apples and honey. But for those looking for something other than variations on the theme of French pastry goodness (if there are such people), the menu at Köleri 2 includes a selection of creative dishes, like Moules à la crème Normandie and Seafood Bouillabaisse. The atmosphere in the bright, exposed brick dining room, meanwhile, is cosy, and on bright, sunny days, the enclosed outside space is a popular place to relax with a glass of wine; there’s an impressive selection.