Giving new life and purpose to one of the historic Noblessner, formerly secret, submarine and military ship building plant structures, Kai unites and promotes both local and international artists from all the various contemporary artistic disciplines. From artist-residency programs, special events, workshops, lectures, and a state-of-the-art cinema space - to unique and thought provoking exhibits, Kai is an innovative institution. Visit the Temnikova & Kasela art gallery, which hosts interesting exhibitions by local and foreign artists. Worthy of visiting simply for the art and artistic endeavours - on the ground floor of the premises you'll find four eateries/locales that will provide an artistic experience for your tummy. A Japanese Gastro Bar Kampai, a 'hygge' inspired new Nordic restaurant Lore, a hedonistic bar Kaif, and a bakery/pastry café Suhkruingel. A truly special and unique addition to Tallinn's burgeoning place art/culinary scene.