The Last Palace Restaurant is housed in the former palace of Prince Abamelek-Lazarev that happened to be the last building erected in St. Petersburg before the Revolution of 1917. The Palace is ideally located in the magnificent part of historical downtown on the Moika River embankment.
The building has retained its dazzling interiors. There are two luxury halls: the Banquet Hall with its painted ceilings, molds, marble pillars and balcony and the Theatre Hall adorned with red-brown pilasters with white capitals and fitted with a stage that boasts advanced sound and lighting systems.
Capacity of the Last Palace Restaurant is 215 seats in two halls.
Russian and International. The versatile menu of the restaurant offers such specialties like baked sturgeon a la Russ, beef cutlet or crab cocktail.
Thereís a boat landing in front of the palaceís entrance. Itís possible to arrive at the restaurant by boat or embark from here on a tour of St. Petersburg rivers and canals.