The name of the restaurant speaks for itself. You won't find a better view on St. Petersburg's main Cathedral
European, Italian, Russian, Mediterranean, Japanese, Chinese, Asian, European cuisine
The Mansarda overlooks Saint-Petersburg from the last floor of the Quattro Corti business center, in a building with a long history – 150 years ago, count Shuvalov used to live here, at the Pochtamtskiy Pereulok.
Panoramic view from the Mansarda includes glass windows of the business center, authentic roofs of St. Petersburg and the striking Isaakiyevskiy Cathedral. The Mansarda is the place to go if you want to show the city to guests of St. Petersburg.
Just as the entire Quattro Corti business center, the Mansarda restaurant was developed by the Piuarch studio, famous for its long-living collaboration with the Dolce&Gabbana brand and the Ginza Project’s namesake – Tokyo’s Ginza Tower. Architects tried to create a cozy and neat interior design, using noble types of wood – oak and teak.
The restaurant is filled with a variety of decorative elements, each bearing its own history: spoons, cups and glasses suggest how attentive the creators have been towards details. Thus, the Mansarda is not just a restaurant but the small world of modern elegance in the old part of St. Petersburg.
The restaurant’s menu was created by the Ginza Project Chefs Alexander Belkovich and Massimiliano Atzori, based on the latest global culinary trends. The Mansarda’s menu has the hits of traditional European and Asian cuisines, and a broad selection of wines will make your evening truly memorable.
TOP OF THE BEST 5 DISHES
- Quail with carrots and smoked cottage cheese
- Cod with mussels sauce
- Duck breast with couscous and celery cream
- Marble beef fillet with onion sauce
- Pork brisket with carrot cream and quinoa
Everyday: from 12:00 am to 01:00 am