- Address3, Pochtamtskaya st.
MansardaHere you are treated to stunning views of the Isaakiyevskiy Cathedral and the historic city center, while the elegant interior design would not distract you from the main advantage of the Mansarda – the well-crafted cuisine.
- Working hoursfrom 12 pm till 1 am
- Average check2500 rub
- Cuisine and mealsEuropean, Italian, Russian, Mediterranean, Japanese, Chinese, Asian, European
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About the restaurant
The Mansarda overlooks Saint-Petersburg from the last floor of the Quattro Corti business center, in a building with a long history – 150 years ago, count Shuvalov used to live here, at the Pochtamtskiy Pereulok.
Panoramic view from the Mansarda includes glass windows of the business center, authentic roofs of St. Petersburg and the striking Isaakiyevskiy Cathedral. The Mansarda is the place to go if you want to show the city to guests of St. Petersburg.
Just as the entire Quattro Corti business center, the Mansarda restaurant was developed by the Piuarch studio, famous for its long-living collaboration with the Dolce&Gabbana brand and the Ginza Project’s namesake – Tokyo’s Ginza Tower. Architects tried to create a cozy and neat interior design, using noble types of wood – oak and teak.
The restaurant is filled with a variety of decorative elements, each bearing its own history: spoons, cups and glasses suggest how attentive the creators have been towards details. Thus, the Mansarda is not just a restaurant but the small world of modern elegance in the old part of St. Petersburg.
The restaurant’s menu was created by the Ginza Project Chefs Alexander Belkovich and Massimiliano Atzori, based on the latest global culinary trends. The Mansarda’s menu has the hits of traditional European and Asian cuisines, and a broad selection of wines will make your evening truly memorable.
Restaurant’s interiors Mansarda up close. Be inspired by designers’ work, their attention to details and original atmosphere.
Dmitriy Bogachev is in charge of the restaurant's kitchen
Born on July 10th 1981 in a small town at the Leningrad region – Pikalevo. Graduated from the Naval school as a “naval cook”. Aged 17, he got his first job as a cook at a cafe
The 1st restaurant to present Dmitriy with a wealth of experience was the "1913 god" restaurant, where worked for 2 years. In 2002, the Mansarda’s future Chef moved to the "Akvarel" restaurant. After which he worked at the countryside “Time Out” restaurant. The big break came when he worked at the “Odin” restaurant – that’s where he met Igor Zorin, who told him about the Michelin Guide, Gordon Ramsay and the global food culture. Since then, Dmitriy has become a culinary bibliophile. His collection includes the famous 2005 “El Bulli” book in Spanish, around 40 books by famed Chefs and, certainly, Gordon Ramsay’s book among many others. In early 2005, Dmitriy was appointed as Chef of the "Gastronom" restaurant, where he worked for almost two years, kick-starting his career as a Chef. In 2007 he was offered a position in opening the “Shilling” pubs. 5 years later, he was hired to run the kitchens at the "ZimaLeto" and the "Villa ZL" restaurants. Since May 2014, Dmitriy has been in charge of the Mansarda restaurant’s kitchen, where he cooks exceptional, unrivaled, technically complex and beautifully-looking food.
Vivid pictures of our menu’s most popular dishes, which you can try at our restaurant
Necessary information and location for those planning to visit Mansarda. Convenient map, landline numbers of the restaurant and delivery service.
3, Pochtamtskaya st.
+7 (812) 946-43-03
Delivery: +7 (812) 953-08-45
from 12 pm till 1 am
Nevsky Prospect 0.7 km
Nevsky Prospect 1.4 km
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