IF Pass, the partners card for the students of the French Institute

September 4, 2017

Tallinn

Since September 2017, the students of the French Institute receive an IF Pass card!

The French Institute’s partners card offers discounts in several restaurants, cafés and shops in Tallinn. Taking lessons at the French Institute, also means being part of a francophile network, bringing together all friends of French culture and gastronomy!

Our partners are:

 

The restaurant “Lusikas” (The Spoon)
Aia 7, Tallinn

The spoon is a simple but great tool, which couldn’t be replaced by a fork nor a knife. It is essential on the table and this is why this restaurant of Aia street chose this name. There, you will find simple but delicious dishes inspired by the nordic climate and its freshness through a selection of the best products of the world.

The restaurant Lusikas shows importance to well-being and makes efforts in order to associate good food to a warm atmosphere. Every details count from the decoration of the room and the table, to the quality of the service and the music played. Indeed, eating well is not only about taste but it rests on the entire experience, which is clearly the success of the restaurant Lusikas. For more information: restoranlusikas.ee

10% discount with the IF Pass card 

 

Lyon - cafés and restaurants
Meistri 22, Tallinn et Viru shopping center

The cafés and restaurants Lyon offer a french culinary experience. The first one, located in the Õismäe suburb of Tallinn (Meistri 22) opened its doors in 2013, and the second one in the Viru center in 2014. Their difference? Their bakery corner in the morning, offering rolls, pastries and cakes, following the traditional french recipes. They also take orders for your events.

On the menu, you will find generous breakfasts or typical dishes served with homemade smoothies. Each year, these restaurants appear on the list of the best restaurants of Estonia, and the one on Meistri street recently won the Silverspoon gastronomic price of the best café of Estonia. For more information about the events: cafelyon.ee

With the IF Pass card: 10% discount on the menu (except for special offers) until 4:00 P.M.

 

 

The Mademoiselle cafés
Pikk 29, Estonia puiestee 9, Liivalaia 53, Tallinn

The Mademoiselle cafés offer the best pastries of Tallinn. Come and try the cakes and delicious pies, but also the bread hot from the oven, all prepared on site, in a friendly atmosphere. For more information: cafemademoiselle.ee

Discount with the IF Pass: -5% in the Mademoiselle cafés of Stockmann, Solaris and the one in the Old town of Tallinn.

 

 


C’est la vie

Suur-Karja 5, Tallinn

The Tallinn of the 30’s was once called “little Paris” because of its many french style cafés. All the inspiration of the café C’est la vie is coming from there. Located in the heart of the Old town in a renovated house of the 15th century, it is a nice place to discover the atmosphere of this age of chic cafés. More information: cestlavie.ee

Discount with the IF Pass card: -10% on all the drinks and dishes of the main menu except on special offers and dishes of the day.

 

 

 

 

Chocolala
Väike-Karja 1, Tallinn

The chocolate shop Chocolala offers you a wide selection of chocolates and sweets for all occasions. The chocolates are made in Estonia, following the tradition inspired by nature. The Chocolala shops won several culinary prices in 2015 and 2016. The products of Chocolala are certified Fairtrade. Fore more information: chocolala.ee

10% discount with the IF Pass card

 

Patrice Daniel, French hairdresser
Forum Center, Narva mnt 5 ; +37256248032


10% discount with the IF Pass card

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flower shop Les Airelles
Pärnu mnt 38, Tallinn

Les Airelles is a nice little flower shop on the corner of the street Roosikrantsi and of the Pärnu mnt. There, you will find a wide selection of flowers to bring back home or beautiful bouquets to offer for special occasions. More information: airelle.ee

10% discount with the IF Pass card 

 

 

 

 

 

Jacadi shop
Väike-Karja 12

Jacadi is a famous brand, symbol of quality and elegance with a large selection of clothes for children from 0 to 12. There, you will find clothes and shoes for boys and girls for each stage of their precious childhood. For more information: jacadi.ee

10% discount with the IF Pass card 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bon appetit
Paldiski mnt. 2nd floor of the shopping center Rocca al Mare, Tallinn

 

The best kitchen ustensils. More information : bonappetit.ee

10% discount with the IF Pass card          





  

SiidilaboR shop

Olevimägi 6, Tallinn 

SiidilaboR is a shop offering handmade jewels and accessories, created by french and estonian designers. Caps, berets, ties, necklaces, rings... Items are not produced in series therefore some of them are even unique!
More information : siidilabor.com

10% discount with the IF Pass card   













Le Cirque du macaron

Soo 1, Tallinn

Aleksandra used to live in France and is very fond of French pastry. Now settled in Tallinn, she is offering some wonderful desserts (as beautiful as delicious).
Her specialties : Macarons and éclairs !
More information : Cirque du macaron

10% discount with the IF Pass card   

 

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