Address: Viru str.2, Tallinn
Phone: +372 6 466 800, +372 6 466 800
Description: A medieval restaurant in Tallinn Old Town, near Townhall square. During the adaptation works of Peppersack the large hallway was restored and a number of details and constructions found during the works were exhibited. At the same time some elements appeared in the building that do not link up with the Gothic style of Tallinn but with Polish Baroque. Regretfully, we have to mention that the painted beam ceilings were not restored. Our decorator Leila Pärtelpoeg designed the installation for the facilities of the restaurant and café by basing her ideas on old Baroque and Biedermeier. The storehouse has repeatedly mentioned in the historical documents as a granary. Consequently, it was mainly meant for keeping here the major transit goods. Now it is used for entertaining a lot of people. Every night there´s a performance held for the guests - on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays there is an oriental dancer and the other days of the week you can see a sword fight!