Kombinat Restaurant occupies two floors in a red-brick building of a former silk factory, built at the beginning of the 20th century. It is an affordable restaurant which focuses on the Russian seafood, although the diverse menu is not limited to fish dishes only. The interior uses a lot of unobtrusive references to the marine theme.
Most of the ground floor is occupied by a bar lounge. Near the entrance there is the raw bar. The raw bar counter trim resembles a scallop shell.
A natural wood-trimmed staircase leads from the raw bar to the first floor, with more comfortable seating and two VIP rooms. The marine images here are fish-shaped installations in window niches, veneered sconces and chandeliers resembling underwater vegetation.
Designed by Architectural Studio ARCHPOINT. Valery Lizunov, Olga Nosova, Lilia Berganova
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