If you’re looking for the best place love birds can visit, Admiral Benhow Tavern will not disappoint. Located strategically in Moscow’s river bight, it occupies two main ships where the first one houses the billiards, the VIP area, (captain’s cabin) and the main restaurant while the second ship contains area for chilling out and a barbecue at the top deck.
Its interior decorations are a true reflection of the restaurant’s name, and mainly feature a sea style. When you enter, you’ll be welcomed by a roomy ship cabin with a stature of a mono-eyed pirate admiral Benhow greeting you. All decorations found on the wall of Admiral Benhow Tavern restaurant feature a sea theme, and the halls have aquariums full of turtles and fishes. You will also be able to spot artificial sea-gulls when you look beneath the ceiling. The final touches of the interior decorations are completed by cannons in sharks and loopholes captured in a net.
Menus of this outstanding restaurant are encased in leather folders and bear the inscription “Welcome to the board!” Inside the restaurant you’ll find the captain’s cabins or VIP-zone, where each accommodates 10 guests. These cabins are adorned with ‘pirates’ treasures’ showcased in attractive glass casings and stylized steering wheels.
Unlike other restaurants, dishes and appetizers in the menu will have unique names such as “Admiral’s rolls”, “Captain Flint”, “The box from the bottom of the sea” and of course “Admiral Benbow”, to name but a few. You get to savor mouthwatering delicacies from international and local cuisine, different assortments of coffee and tea, wide gamut of wines, beer, non-alcoholic beverages, and cocktails, as well as delicious apple pies. Kid’s have a special menu.
Cuisine Types: Russian, European
Address: Moscow, Sudostroitelnaya St., 52-A