Well-known restaurant among Moscow gourmets
Average bill: 3,500 rub
Duck liver escalope with fried apples — 1,110 rub.
Shrimps with garlic&ginger dressing — 440 rub.
Bobby veal on the bone — 940 rub.
Vanilla or chocolate profiteroles — 160 rub.
Strawberry soup — 310 rub.
Have breakfast in Vogue café and lunch in ‘Bolshoi’ or 'Mr.Lee’. Drop in at ‘Meat Club’ for dinner. This fall, one more restaurant added to the ‘gastronomic’ district. Joint project of ‘The Arkady Novikov Group’ and ‘Ginza Project’ — restaurant/karaoke/club ‘Courchevel’ shall become one of the most popular places in Moscow.
Its interior reminds of an Alpine chalet with wooden elements and large comfortable sofas with a bunch of little soft pillows, warm lights contributing to the feeling of home.
Its furniture was thoroughly selected by young designer Yuna Megre in stores of Holland, Belgium, and France. Each detail is unique in the restaurant, whether it is a modern lamp, retro-skates or a bar decorated with skis. The feeling of being in the chalet gets stronger in VIP private rooms. Here you will feel like wrapping yourself in a warm plaid, taking an interesting book from a shelf and making yourself comfortable in a cozy armchair. ‘Courchevel’ guarantees you a great time because here you can choose between a separate quiet room or a karaoke bar where you can invite your jolly crowd to (equipped with professional sound systems). It is in the evening when the restaurant turns into a fashionable club with songs and dancing.
The restaurant also offers you to visit its ‘quiet room’ with sound proofing and a mystery.
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