KOGU RESTO

Our History and Philosophy

Discover a place where taste meets history
 Kogu Resto chef
The head chef Pavel Gurjanov

Pavel Gurjanov's new author project

Restaurant's thematic focus: author's cuisine, a blend of Estonian products, Baltic flavors, Scandinavian style, and French techniques. All of this is KOGU (Estonian - community)

Pavel Gurjanov
Signboard of Kogu Resto

History

In the late 19th century, this brick building, intriguing both on the outside and inside, belonged to the Malakhov family - the keepers of the secret of the real "Tallinn herring," who were involved in fishing, and during the Soviet era, it housed a herring production factory.

Bar counter
Bakery assortment

In the cozy, small spaces of KOGU, you'll find a bakery and a modern restaurant, and the entire concept of the establishment is built on the lifestyle and flavors of the Baltic countries.

Table of restaurant
Restaurant interior

Restaurant

The restaurant section consists of two cozy halls and a kitchen. The halls are decorated in soft tones, and all windows face the sea.

Bar

The first hall features a massive bar counter, where the charismatic Alex confidently mixes cocktails - don't hesitate to ask him for recommendations, as he can suggest the right drink for each dish from our impressive cocktail menu.

Jan, whose face is always graced with a smile, will help you find your way in the world of wine.

Kogu bar
Coctails
Bakery
View of bakery

Bakery

The restaurant section consists of two cozy halls and a kitchen. The halls are decorated in soft tones, and all windows face the sea.

Our crew

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