The old steel window frames opening up to the garden are preserved, and from the high “gossip” chairs there is an excellent view to Zaimov Park. The parquet floor is arranged at right angles by tongue and groove. Naturally it creaks, but it’s part of the socialist mise-en-scène.
The chairs are from a Bulgarian manufacturer, upholstered with visible pins in the textile from which coats and suits were often sewn in that time period.
Collector’s coins are built into the tables, which were preserved and repainted, and the countertops were “branded” with red pentacles. The Q-tuk sofa and the light fixtures are designed and made by FUNKT.
The restaurant’s logo is a nod to the logo of the 1980 Olympic Games in Moscow.