A restaurant on one of the most literary streets in the historic center of St. Petersburg with the author's menu from chef Alexander Bogdanov.
Gorokhovaya street in St. Petersburg. One of the oldest Central streets and one of only three radial roads starting from the Admiralty.
The street name comes from the name of the German merchant Garrah who built a house and opened a shop here in 1756. Later his name was altered to be more useful to the Russian language pronunciation Peas, and soon, he officially changed it to peas, in honor of him and began to call the street.
Gorokhovaya ulitsa 1 (Admiralteysky Prospekt, 8) — the house of the merchant G. I. Shcherbakova, Count P. I. Kutaisov — G. P. Gambs. Years built: 1780-1790; (architect G. G. von Goli, style — classicism). The object of cultural heritage of the Russian Federation. The house was the first store in the city "homiletically" products.
Gorokhovaya street is considered one of the "literary" in St. Petersburg.