Boyarskiy - Moscow
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It has always been a tradition to celebrate in a big way in Russia. Restaurants need to be luxurious and yet cosy. The Boyarsky restaurant in Moscow offers exactly this. Clients can linger here until morning with dancing and singing from the soul. Besides the excellent cuisine, the Boyarsky has an engaging cultural program and beautiful views of the waterfront.
The restaurant complex is located on the Danilovskaya embankment of the Moscow river. Guests can choose from several comfortable banquet halls and fine cuisine. The main hall can welcome up to 200 people, with a VIP room comprising a fireplace suitable for up to 30 people and the separate hookah hall up to 70 guests.
The European Hall serves Mediterranean cuisine with a chef from Spain, whilst the Oriental Room covers traditional dishes of the Uzbek, Turkmen, and, of course, Caucasian cuisines. Juicy kebabs of fish, meat and vegetables are simply mouthwatering, while the desserts will please even the most picky gourmet. For Japanese cuisine lovers, a sushi bar is also always open.
Cold beers, cocktails for all tastes, fragrant wines, fresh juices or strong teas - the choice of drinks is not any less diverse.
The stylish decor of the Boyarsky restaurant complex is quite stunning with green palm trees, neon lights, fountains in the summer terrace and lovely nymph statues making you feel like a guest in an inviting marine realm. Sofas, carpets and comfortable chairs are all of the highest quality, whilst the winter veranda and the summer terrace houses with exotic plants create a wonderful mood no matter the season of the year.
The evenings at the Boyarsky restaurant includes various forms of entertainment such as karaoke and beautiful belly dancers charming the guests. Live music by well-known musicians make regular appearances and are sure to entertain guests on holidays and special events.
The Boyarsky restaurant is suitable for all occasions and a popular venue for business lunches, lavish weddings, anniversaries, corporate parties, birthday parties, receptions and cocktails after business conferences, exhibitions and seminars. At the request of the guests the management can also invite circus performers and organise a firework display!
In a nutshell, the Boyarsky restaurant is the ideal venue for dining and entertainment, open all day seven days a week, no matter if rain or shine...
Free internet Wi-Fi. Both cash and credit cards are accepted. Take-out food and home delivery services. Secured free parking.
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