If you’re looking for a great restaurant with a separate room in the center in Moscow, the Gusyatnikoff manor house is exactly what you need. For business meetings and discussions the restaurant can recommend five small dining halls: the First Dining Hall for six people, the Second Dining hall for 12 people, the Parquet Hall with a large round table for 12 people, the Small Great Hall for 20 people, the Fireplace Room for 25 people, as well as the hookah and cigar rooms. All halls are sectioned off and decorated in different color schemes. Elegant furniture, a designer interior and pleasant Russian cuisine combine to demonstrate your status to business partners, and create a good feeling. Rooms have to be booked in advance, as they are very popular. For a more informal business discussion, we would be happy to recommend the Billiards Hall to our guests, which can also be booked for individual discussions.
Family brunches take place at Gusyatnikoff every Sunday between 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. During brunch, manor house guests can enjoy a variety of dishes from the main menu and banquet menu: salads, snacks, soups and main dishes. It’s a great way to find out more about Russian cuisine, and the great work of the manor house’s kitchen. For an unhurried post-lunch chat, there is a large Russian samovar with pies, gingerbread and dessert from our bakery. The children’s program at the restaurant is made up of an aquarium and interactive games, with an entertainer who takes inspiration from some of the most celebrated Russian animated films and fairytales, as well as master classes that acquaint children with craft and needlework, and cooking lessons from the chef. In the children’s room with toys and a ball pit, the manor house’s babysitter conducts educational sessions, and tells funny stories and fables.
For adults we recommend different ways to relax on a Sunday: you can hole up with friends in one of the small rooms—parquet, dining hall or fireplace room—while your children have fun and learn, you can get together and play billiards, or you can play backgammon in the cozy Cigar Room. And at 4 p.m. in the Large Great Hall there is a Sunday musical program. In any case, the manor house team will do everything possible to ensure that everything around you is comfortable like at home, and delicious like at a restaurant.
Brunch prices: children 800 rubles, adults without alcohol 3,000 rubles, with alcohol 5,000 rubles. For brunch we can also organize a banquet for your group of up to 25 people. The cost for one person is 5,200 rubles.
During brunch we play up the Kids Club card, which gives discounts: 15% on the whole menu and drinks any time the restaurant is working, including for brunch and banquets. You also get a 30% discount on your child’s birthday.