Salads, rolls, tongues and onion rings are peacefully combined with beer in stomachs of our clients
Draught beer, 0.5 l
Bud light — 185 rub.
Broshett — 90 rub.
Guinness — 280 rub.
Krušovice, light/dark — 225 rub.
Nevskoye live — 110 rub.
Sibirskaya Korona — 95 rub.
Spaten — 230 rub.
Rolls — 93 run. — 1090 rub.
Broshett (shish kebob) — 50 rub. — 590 rub.
‘Brisket club’ — 575 rub.
‘Petya Chile’ — 235 rub.
‘Broshett’ homemade pasta — 230 rub.
This restaurange has a huge selection of draught, always fresh, beer. Cuisine is a mix of European, Japanese and German dishes. Besides, there is an additional ‘musketeer’s menu’ with relevant dishes.
Pun with the words ‘Broshett’ and ‘brochette’ is obvious. It is not by chance that the best beer chaser is cooked on a skewer. Choice of shish kebob is also extensive.
Interior features bulky furniture, heavy curtains and drop ceilings with wooden beams.
At the restaurant, there is a film projector, dance floor, sports translations. The restaurant seats up to 200 persons so it has enough space for any party.
The restaurant’s proprietary and affordable Broshett beer is really worth tasting.
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