Attendees at your meeting, incentive or event can feast on traditional Russian cuisine or Italian or Asian specialties. Host an intimate meal at one of our hotel restaurants or arrange for catering in the Ballroom or another one of our private-event spaces. Our culinary staff can create themed private receptions and custom menus tailored to your event.
EVERYTHING YOU NEED
- Global Gustation
Our four dining venues allow guests to travel the world without having to leave the Hotel – from The Tea Lounge to Sintoho, inspired by the dishes of Singapore, Tokyo and Hong Kong with its dishes.Details
- Russian Journey
Your guests can tour our vast country with our Russian Journey Menu, which includes such specialties as Fabergé egg with sturgeon caviar, green asparagus and egg-white mousse; Karelian trout with kohlrabi, dill and green apple; and, Kamchatka crab salad served in a vodka half-bottle.
- Memorable Celebrations
Hold a family gathering or an exclusive business dinner in one of our private-dining rooms. Percorso’s larger space, Antinori, seats up to 24 people while its smaller dining room can accommodate up to 12. Both offer Italian cuisine served family-style. In Sintoho’s Teppan Room, up to eight guests can observe skilled chefs prepare a meal on the sizzling-hot teppanyaki grill.
- Teatime Treats
At The Tea Lounge, guests may start their day with a continental or Russian-style breakfast, indulge in dessert – French or local sweets – or take tea in three different ways, traditional English or two variations of Russian. An all-day menu bears an array of options, including caviar, beef stroganoff and Siberian venison.Details
Denis Prokhorov, Executive Sous Chef
A native of St. Petersburg, Chef Denis Prokhorov learned to cook traditional Russian cuisine from his grandmother, who was a professional chef herself. He has worked at Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace since 2013 and loves to combine traditional recipes with the latest technology.