The "Parisienne" restaurant is located in the Tsar's pavilion, the same one that was built specifically for the royal family at the beginning of the 15th All-Russian Trade, Industrial and Art Exhibition of 1882. Seven-meter ceilings, exquisite silver stucco, original tiles - all this breathtaking splendor perfectly harmonizes with modern, but luxurious furniture, with a bar counter lined with mirror plates, or with high wine cabinets, which house the best examples of winemaking in France, Italy, Argentina, Chile, California.
It was then, more than a hundred years ago, that the majestic Tsar's Pavilion, intended for the imperial family to rest during large folk festivals on Khodynka - and therefore closed from prying eyes, was erected by famous Moscow architects A.S. Kaminsky and A.E. Weber. It was the main building of the grand complex of buildings of the All-Russian Trade and Industrial Exhibition in 1882. Today, from the entire architectural ensemble, designed to demonstrate the power, pride and glory of Russia, only the stone building of this pavilion has reached us. He was protected and used for ceremonies with the participation of imperial persons in Tsarist Russia.
We wanted to and it turned out.
The tents of the veranda are harmoniously combined with the main building of the restaurant, and the interior decoration delicately emphasizes its airiness and lightness.
Immersed in the greenery of age-old chestnuts, with cozy sofas and armchairs, it creates a unique atmosphere of comfort and serenity.
And in the evenings, live music plays from the veranda scene for the guests ...