Konrad – from visual arts to culinary art

30. January 2020


Named after one of Estonia’s most famous painters, Konrad Mägi, restaurant Konrad offers flavourful and colourful European cuisine. Based on his lifestyle, Konrad Mägi was very much a citizen of Europe, living and painting in different European cities. Today restaurant Konrad serves dishes that originate from places Konrad Mägi liked the most – Paris, Oslo, St. Petersburg and Helsinki. Try out the restaurant and then spend a night in hotel Palace, which is in the same building and features a reproduction of a Konrad Mägi painting in each room.




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