Book a table at: +7 495 225 82 82 ext. 2241.
Roman Podmankov, the Chef, has created a unique New Year’s Eve menu and invites you to attend the New Year’s Eve Dinner at Fleur Café in Moscow. The dinner will start at 9 pm, December 31 and will last until 1 am, January 1.
Enjoy a 4-hour buffet dinner in a cozy atmosphere of our restaurant with pleasant background music. Free flow tea, coffee and mineral water are included in the price of dinner. At the beginning of the evening, you can choose 1 welcome drink (a glass of champagne, a glass of wine, a pile of Tsarskaya vodka or a glass of beer) and 1 glass of juice (the assortment can be specified by your waiter).
- Cost - 3650 rubles per person (all taxes included);
- Making a reservation for 9 and less guests you pay 3 450 rubles per person (all taxes included);
- Making a reservation for 10 and more guests you pay 3 300 rubles per person (all taxes included);
- Kids 6-12 y.o. get 50% off the cost, children under 6 y.o. are free of charge.
Additional discounts are not provided and are not summed up. 50% prepayment is mandatory.
New Year Eve Dinner Menu
How to celebrate New Year’s Eve 2020? Of course, at a lavishly laid table, following a wonderful Russian tradition! First, you need to bid farewell to the old year, remember all the good things that happened in it and start making plans for the upcoming year. Then the president gives his New Year address from the Kremlin and the Kremlin Chimes show the final countdown followed by a well-known Russian variety show called New Year’s Little Blue Light. That’s the New Year’s Eve celebration that will be waiting for you at the Fleur Café Moscow restaurant of Holiday Inn Moscow Suschevsky near Rizhskaya metro station. If you are planning to make a night journey around festive Moscow after the New Year’s Eve Dinner, the Fleur Café restaurant will become an excellent starting point. The Holiday Inn Moscow Suschevsky hotel is located close to Prospect Mira street that leads to the center of Moscow. Stroll down Prospect Mira to Sukharevskaya square and then walk through Sretenka and Lubyanka streets to the very heart of the city.