Bekker Bakery Tallinn – Artisanal bakery

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"Bekker Bakery" in Tallinn has interesting combinations of tastes, nice eclairs, carrot cakes, pastries... We're so lucky we have such amazing bakeries!

Bekker Pagariäri or Bekker bakery in deep Kalamaja brings you fresh pastries, cakes and sourdough bread. The space is quite intimate and operates mostly for takeaway but they have a few spots for you to enjoy your morning coffee or afternoon sugar fix.

They have interesting combinations of tastes, nice eclairs, carrot cakes, puffy and regular pastries, cookies, you name it. You can also order kringle two days in advance for parties or any occasion really.

Tallinn is really spoiled with different kinds of bakeries and people just cannot get enough. Those bakery windows that crop up on every corner lure you in with that fresh-baked smell, so Bekker Pagariäri is no exception. So forget the calories and carb count, order some cakes and savory pastries and enjoy it with some good KOKOMO coffee.

To get to the bakery, you can take a long stroll down the Kopli street, or hop on tram  1 or 2.

About this spot

Kopli 27

Mon - Fri 08:00 - 18:00, Sat 09:00 - 17:00

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