This buzzy, round-the-clock café/DJ bar is a popular chill-out venue with the trendy Moscow crowd – a place to while away the strains of a busy city life and a perfect stop-gap before, after or between parties.
A resident DJ spins his funky tunes every night and at weekends the volume is cranked right up to keep the young and the beautiful partying here. The modern wooden tables are casually arranged in three main seating areas.
The food is good value, and you can choose what you want either from an open buffet or from the selection of omelettes, crêpes, sandwiches, soups and pastas on the menu.
The exposed-brick interior has old oak barrels embedded into the walls, and the Courvosier theme is taken still further by old black-and-white photographs of people making and sampling the famous brandy.
Drapes on the ceiling in deep red colours create a warm atmosphere and the newspapers on offer make this a comfortable stop whether you’re alone or out with friends.