As you walk from the city centre towards Kadriorg Park, make sure not to miss the narrow and quiet Köleri Street, which is located on the right side of the loud and busy Narva mt. The Nop café is known for its tasty "vitamin cocktails" made of various fruit juices, as well as the fresh and organically grown ingredients in its salads and sandwiches.
Named after the 19th-century Estonian painter Johann Köler, the street is particularly picturesque and charming in the fall, when the chestnuts trees that line it part with their fruit, as the smell of burning autumn leaves wafts about from an unseen inner courtyard, alternating with the scent of clean laundry set out to dry. Meanwhile, in the Nop café itself, one will be greeted by the sweet aroma of freshly baked pastries.
Nop also has a children's corner, where your kids can extract brown talismans from the chestnut burrs that they have picked from the street and place them in their pockets for good luck, as you enjoy a homemade "anthill" pastry with coffee and fresh country milk for an added lift to your day.
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