Moscow Restaurant Vanil
Everything begins, fittingly, with the interior.The central idea behind it, as described by its designer, Yury Andreyev, is that “the space of the restaurant is universal. You can design an interior unburdened by any distinctly defined history any way you want.
The interior is stylish, without artifice. It’s a kind of loft, a studio. It’s a unified space, with a feeling of openness both inside and out. It’s the set design for a highly contemporary play.” And Vanil is indeed current. It has very ttouristic view from the window. They are from floor to ceiling; there are tables in the window openings. High ceilings, lots of air, chandeliers, and a giant mirror.
This restaurant has controversial reputation. This is almost like a home for ones, while others wonder what is good about it. It’s a place only for the successful. And let the unsuccessful cry—this city doesn’t believe in tears; it believes only in success.