BlackBerry Cafe, Moscow. Breaking the stereotypes !

In new Ginza Project’s restaurant they stake on classic and contemporaneity.

Blackberry café changes the usual ideas about restaurants – luxurious but not expensive, stylish, but comfortable, fun, but no one interferes with each other.

The interior unite classics and contemporary. Columns, carpets and chandeliers are combined with vent pipes. Modern restaurant sign is also open kitchen, allowing guests to follow the process of cooking.  There you can find a fireplace area, which creates the perfect atmosphere for private friendly parties.

Blackberry menu is also eclectic. European and Asian motives are combined so that the boundary between them is almost indistinguishable.





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