One of Tallinn’s most characterful cafés, Kehrwieder is tucked away just below street level in an alley between Town Hall Square and the warren of the medieval city. Inside this tiny Aladdin’s cave you will find candlelit tables, around which are crammed softly spoken regulars playing board games, chatting and whiling away the hours.
rnA favourite of students and younger Tallinites, customers are drawn by the intimate atmosphere, the laid-back music and the wicked hot drinks – lovingly prepared chocolate and Irish coffees, glög (mulled wine) and great cakes. The tone is set by stone walls and a hodge-podge of tables, sofas and chairs from old houses.
rnIf you like Kehrwieder then you will also enjoy Tristan ja Isolde and Chocolaterie, two cafés brought to you by the same Canadian entrepreneur, a lover of herbal teas and rich coffees.