The self-explanatory name is determined by the historical heritage of its location. The Restaurant is situated in the very heart of Moscow near the Red Square, The Big Theatre, and the State Duma. The menu combines Russian homemade, Middle Eastern and, of course, Pan-Asian cuisine. You can also taste Georgian cuisine: Georgian cheese-pie (khachapuri), red lobio, chicken walnut sauce (sacivi) and many other masterpieces of homemade gastronomy. The concept of this place can be described as a fusion of a café and a restaurant occupying a large area with 220 seats. The restaurant and café are visually separated by an open kitchen with a coal grill and an open barbecue (charcoal grill) decorated with counters stylized with fish, meat, vegetables, dried fruits and a large display with different desserts.
In summer amazing season terrace is opens. You can enjoy beautiful view and tasty news in menu.
Shadow-figures of trees in the shapes of backlit applications on the walls with the restaurant’s slogans, vast chandeliers in the form of wooden disks and giant flowers create a special atmosphere of warmth and coziness. The design solutions of the restaurants can be associated with a dreamland, referring to the distant past or bright future.
“God, how much I like to eat tasty! And it is twice as good to take a meal in my favorite restaurant! ‘Neverland’ is the place I like to visit a lot. Or, as it was said in my childhood. Fabulous interior, display kitchen, where, without being disturbed from eating, you can observe the cooks fly around creating the magic, for you to taste it later. Kind, always smiling and welcoming, hospitable managers when you enter the restaurant make you sense that you are known, you are loved, you are expected. In ‘Neverland’ I am never bored being alone and I feel joyful with my friends. In my next novel I will definitely have action in my beloved restaurant “Strana kotoroy net”. If you are a sweet tooth like me you are twice of even three times lucky because so tasty cakes and deserts are hardly to be met anywhere else. While writing these words I am itchy to look through the menu of my favorite restaurant ‘Neverland’, as if it was my novel.” Oleg Roy (writer)