Beer bar, wine restaurant
Too Much restaurant: a new drinking spot on the city map 100 positions of European bottled beer and 16 taps with draught beer; a concise but up-to-date wine list and menu, conditionally divided into two parts: eternal beer classics and European hits in the author’s reading-a new bar Too Mach has started working on Tverskaya street
The new restaurant Too Much, opened in early October in Maly Gnezdnikovsky pereulok, is dedicated to the current Moscow theme-a mix of the eternal love of beer with the desire to drink foam from leading European manufacturers, and eat it not only with croutons and ribs, but with multi-component dishes with complex tastes and original sauces. Plus the combination of beer and wine from the Old and New World on the same site.
The restaurant is located in an old, century-before-last Moscow mansion, the interior is based on a combination of classic loft and laconic Nordic: vintage brickwork, light wood tables, black forged details. In the main hall of the restaurant there are high tables with paired chairs and small tables with sofas and armchairs, one wall is a stylized bar counter. Stylized because there is no bar counter in the restaurant as such: taps are built into the wall, mismatched beer mugs are on top, and each waiter is (in fact, by education) a beer sommelier. In the small hall of the restaurant, comfort and pleasant semi-darkness, and in the special beer room with glass walls, cold and countless shelves with beer.
The beer map includes five countries and one hundred names of the best bottled beer from Germany, Scotland, Denmark, Belgium and Holland. Belgium, the country that has the largest number of styles and varieties, is represented by trappists and several young producers. Porters and stouts are brought from England and Scotland. Denmark — a rare beer created specifically to accompany Scandinavian cuisine-Blonds, classic black ale, Indian ale (perfectly combined with smorrebrody). From Germany — seasonal beer; strong beer; and simple light Ales. And Belgian fruit varieties are designed to compete with Prosecco.
12 Maly Gnezdnikovsky pereulok
+7 (495) 432-09-90