Tired of pizza? Flamm’s got you covered with its sophisticated dish. It is incredibly thin, crisp, and with perfect blistered crust. The topping choice is very exiting and, rather than having boring tomato sauce, the dough is spread with crème fraîche, a thick, French, sour cream, or hapukoor in Estonian.
Flammkuchen in German means “flame cake”, or in French tarte flambée, which translates to “pie baked in the flames.”
So it is a wonderful snack to accompany good wine or some craft beer that can be enjoyed right on the spot in the heart of The Rotermann Quarter inside, or on the terrace outside.
The place has a nice section of different wines and the staff can recommend the perfect pairing.
Do not miss their desserts. So grab some company and try as many flamms as possible — they’re all worth it.
If you ever happen to be in Haapsalu, they have their second restaurant there as well.