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The incredible view on the center of Murmansk and good location make this restaurant the most popular place for romantic evening and business lunch. Provence style and a lot of flowers can make the north winter little bit warmer. Besides these the kitchen of this restaurant can surprise real gourmet. Real must have - venison in chocolate sauce and turbot.
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Late Night
Deli, Healthy, Wine Bar, Seafood, European
Reservations, Seating, Waitstaff, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Table Service
From all other places I visited during my trip to Murmansk, this place was the best for me personally. While killing some time between the errands I decided to stop by for a quick lunch.
I ordered a borsh, which by the way was one...More
when I checked TripAdvisor site for this restaurant I saw that people shared their bills showing how mush they paid and didn't understand first time. now I understand why they take photos and share here how much they paid. this is an average European kitchen...More
Wonderful place. I strongly advise to go. I was in Murmansk with a colleague and we went in this place two times. The food is excellent, service great, prices good for the quality that is offered.
The place is also good for cocktails and dance.
My friend and I went to Terrasa on a Saturday night for some music and dancing. I ordered a single malt Scotch, took a sip and placed it on a bar counter for a couple of minutes. A bar girl came and took a drink...More
We came without reservation for 18 people in the afternoon. The service was very friendly and they spoke english!! Unfortunately, we had only 1 hour time. However, despite starters and main courses they managed it to serve it in 75 minutes, which was a delay...More
I came here for dinner whilst in Murmansk and opted for a starter followed by the venison and washed down with a beer. Remarkably they didn't seem to offer Russian beer, but I was quite happy with the Hefeweizen. The food, however, was disappointing. Venison...More