The Red & White restaurant invites you to attend one of the best Moscow Sunday Brunch at the Holiday Inn Moscow Lesnaya Hotel. Sunday brunch, a combination of breakfast and late lunch, is a great opportunity to meet with your family members and friends at a slow and relaxed meal when schedules aren’t tight. This English tradition was perfectly adopted in Russia. Sunday brunch has become one of the favorite entertainments of Muscovites. After all, Sunday Brunch at Holiday Inn Moscow Lesnaya that starts at 1 pm gives you an opportunity to sleep off, rest well and get ready without unnecessary hustle for going out to the hotel Brunch.
From year to year Sunday Brunch at the Red & White restaurant has been becoming more and more popular. It is a perfect choice for a warm family celebration, a birthday party or a meeting with friends. Sunday Brunch at the Holiday Inn Moscow Lesnaya hotel offers a wide selection of dishes at the buffet and excellent alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Among the traditional dishes you will appreciate smoked salmon rolls with ham, salami, smoked duck breast, and roast beef. Free flowing drinks include sparkling wine, wines, beer, vodka, soft drinks, tea, coffee and aqua. During Sunday Brunch for the grown-ups plays live music and the kids are kept entertained in the children’s room.
You will mingle with your family and friends in a very relaxing and friendly atmosphere of Moscow Sunday Brunch and each guest of your party will be please with this experience.
Brunch opening hours:
every Sunday, 13:00 - 18:00
+7 (495) 783 65 00 ext. 1241
adults - 3200 rubles per person; children under 6 years free of charge; 6 - 12 years old - 1850 rubles.
Please be informed that for reservations we ask to leave a 50% prepayment.
Sunday Brunch themes in 2018
Mushroom Brunch - September, 16
Oktoberfest - September, 30
Pan-Asian Brunch - October, 14
Halloween - October, 28
Mexican Brunch - November, 11
Italian Brunch - November, 25
Eastern New Year - December, 9
Hawaiian New Year - December, 16
Christmas Brunch - December, 23
Russian New Year - December, 29,30