The Inn555 restaurant is unique for being located in an old factory that once was used for making radios during the pre-Soviet period. The historical theme is honored in the dining area with the open-brick walls that would have been visible in the days of line production. The bar also has polished steel look, which hints at the industrial.
The building housing the restaurant was built in 1936 and originally contained then-modern radio technology factory Elektrit. During the Soviey occupation, the factory was used to manufacture aviation radio technology in secret.
The name of the restaurant comes from the secret Soviet factory, which was simply called „Post box 555“.
When it comes to food, Inn555 does something unique. The chefs have gone out to get the health-conscious patron‘s attention with clarified butter and calorie-rated meals.