The Dominic Restaurant in the heart of the Old Town of Tallinn is cosy dining place for all worshippers of European cuisine. The history of the building goes a long way back - the property was first mentioned in 1347; at that time it was owned by a merchant, Johan Boleman. It is among the very rare places in Tallinn with its sole known twin windows with pales, beautiful paintings on celling beams and head stones with rose petals above the doorway to the wine cellar.
The hawse of the building accommodates a cosy and snug café with an Italian-style menu; the historical family room of aldermen has been turned into a dignified and elegant a la carte restaurant with a menu inspired by French cuisine. The more private rooms in the building are the study and the wine cellar. We welcome you to enjoy a historical and elegant atmosphere and our invariably friendly and excellent service!
13.04.2011 Norwegian King Scallop dinner
Restaurant Dominic is pleased to invite all seafood friends to enjoy delicate Norwegian King Scallops. Living, hand-picked King Scallops arrive at the same morning with diver and captain Marko Kaldmaa from Norway. He is also going to make an... skaityti papildomai