The building, built under the rule of the Teutonic Order, dates back to 1385. Since 1997 it is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
It was the residence of a rich merchant of the city then called Reval, later became a cultural center hosting the headquarters of numerous schools including tailoring and then linguistic institutes. Today the building has been wisely restructured making it possible to view one of the only examples of medieval construction, original in all its elements.
The Restaurant produces and serves typical dishes of traditional Italian cuisine, carefully prepared in every detail by our Chef de Cousine Francesco Sibio assisted by his brigade of Italian chefs. The typical products used are all of the highest quality and of Italian origin.