The huge ship of ebony is moored not far from the Peter and Paul Fortress. The windows overlooking the Neva River, the Winter Palace and the Spit of the Vasilievsky Island present the magnificent view.
The Flying Dutchman is a unique project, a copy of the famous Dutch three-master “Amsterdam” built in 1748. The ground floor boasts the cafe of classical interior in black and white colours. There’s a restaurant on the first floor that invites to the open hall with the mahogany furniture. In the center of the hall there’s a fireplace of unusual design brought from the Netherlands.
The capacity of the Flying Dutchman Restaurant is 135 seats in two halls.
European, Brazilian, Fish, Japanese. The advantage of the restaurant is a huge grill with 53 skivers to cook meat, fish, game, vegetables. The cafe menu offers Russian cuisine with the famous Schi and Borsch, and the variety of ancient Russian dishes: sturgeon baked with ceps and onion, pot with stewed goose and apples and much more.