The restaurant is housed in the building that was once a part of Zaikonospasskiy Monastery, and is situated in front of the Bolshoi Theatre, close to Red Square and the Kremlin.
Within a walking
distance from Metropol
Hotel, Ararat Park
Hyatt Hotel, National
Hotel and Marriott Royal Aurora Hotel.
The entrance to the Godunov Restaurant represents a painted arch and its interior - the refectory chambers of the 17th century. In the restaurant there are oak tables covered with velvet table-cloths and heavy chairs with carved backs. Wall lamps are shaped as candlesticks with burning candles. The waiters wear traditional Russian dresses.
Capacity of the Godunov Restaurant is 160 seats.
Russian. The menu of the restaurant offers an extensive choice of dishes prepared according to old Russian recipes. It includes the famous Guriev porridge, various meat and fish delicacies, appetizers, vodka liqueurs, mushrooms, and so forth.
Russian folk group and Gipsy shows are provided.