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Too Much on Tverskaya is a restaurant specializing in high-quality wine and beer. The kitchen, of course, is also on the top: each dish is a real little masterpiece.
Find out more about the restaurant which is located in Maliy Gnezdnikovsky Lane, at the very heart of Moscow, within walking distance of the metro stations "Tverskaya", "Pushkinskaya", and "Chekhovskaya". It won’t take you more than five minutes to get there: you just have to turn from Tverskaya to Maliy Gnezdnikovsky Lane and take a few more steps. There is also a city parking lot near Too Much for those who come by car.
At the end of September 2016 it became known that the creators of Brasserie Lambic, who presented the versatile world of Belgian beer to Moscow, opened a new restaurant. The concept of Too Much was different: it was based on the offer of top-quality beer and wine. Restaurant's management focused on a wide range of beverages, having decided to update the wine and bar lists on a regular basis. The idea was reflected in the restaurant’s name: the words "Too Much" imply that visitors will enjoy endless novelties here.
Too Much is located in Maliy Gnezdnikovsky Lane, surrounded by 19th-Century tenement buildings. There are iconic monuments and theatres nearby, such as Chekhov Moscow Art Theatre, Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Music Theatre , and Gorkov Moscow Academic Art Theatre . Also, a number of interesting museums are located in the area, such as Meyerhold Museum, Nemirovich-Danchenko Museum, and Stanislavsky Museum. One can get to the very centre of Moscow marked with Kilometre Zero plaque in twenty minutes by foot.
Too Much: general information
Too Much restaurant is located in Building No. 12 in Maliy Gnezdnikovsky Lane. Opening hours: Saturday – Thursday: 12:00 pm to midnight, Friday: 12:00 pm to 03:00 am. Average restaurant bill: 1,500 rubles. A visitor can pay the bill both in cash and by bank card.
Comfort and style
The restaurant space is divided into two halls. The interior was designed by Finoarte Design Studio that managed to combine the features of iconic loft and Scandinavian style. The intimate, cozy environment is accentuated by unusual solutions such as absence of a bar counter and wide window sills, where guests can sit in the summer, enjoying the city view.
Racks and shelves laden with wine, beer and glasses, themed drawings, and wall-mounted taps – every detail of the interior emphasizes the Too Much concept. Wood, chosen as the main lining material, perfectly harmonizes with concrete and red brick walls, while light-weight chandeliers and wide windows fill the space with light and air. Bar stools stay side by side with soft armchairs and sofas; natural colours and green plants create a perfect harmony. It doesn’t matter whether you come in a noisy company of friends or with your family, with business partners for a lunch or with a loved one for a romantic dinner: in any case, you will feel comfortable in Too Much. You can even have a banquet here: the restaurant's management will arrange the process so that everything goes perfectly.
Main restaurant menu
Too Much menu can be found on the restaurant’s web-site which is easy to navigate due to the convenient layout. Too Much offers simple but not simplistic food, for example, burgers made of marble beef, superb Ribeye steaks, tuna tartar with avocado mousse. Each season the menu is updated by adding special offers. The major part of Too Much menu consists of snacks and light meals, perfectly complementing wine and beer.
Veal liver paste with raspberry sauce, salmon ceviche, meat platter, chicken wings, cheese donuts, roasted camembert, wasabi shrimps – all dishes are delicious and known to each guest. A separate section of the menu in Too Much restaurant in Tverskaya presents a Smorrebrod offer which includes smorrebrods with baked plum, herring and blueberry jam or duck confit. There is also a wide choice of cheese: Camembert, Cheddar, Pecorino, Manchego Mista and many more would satisfy each guest in Too Much.
Business lunches in Tverskaya from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm
If it's time for dinner, don't hesitate to order a business lunch in Too Much: on weekdays, two dishes with a drink will cost you just 400 rubles, and three dishes will cost 500 rubles. So if you want to find out where to have a delicious and inexpensive lunch in Tverskaya, we’ve just given you a great idea.
Wine and beer
Great offer of wine and beer is one of the main advantages of Too Much restaurant. The beer list includes beer from nine countries, from Russian craft beer to beer made in Belgium, England, Ireland, Scotland, Germany, America, Denmark, and the Netherlands. 16 brands are offered on tap and about a hundred in bottles: IPA, Pilsner, Stout, Ale, Porter – this is only a small part of the diversity offered to guests in Too Much.
And if you want to find out where you can drink really good wine in Moscow, Too Much is the right place with its wine list which can satisfy the most demanding taste. The offer includes both classic Old World wines (France, Spain, Italy) and progressive New World wines (Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa). Guests would also enjoy the wide selection of glass positions: prices for white, red and rose wine start at 260 rubles.
People who have already visited us mention the excellent wine list, variety of beer brands, delicious food; many guests especially appreciate the branded snacks. Guests often say that the restaurant is not snobbish and offers cozy environment, good service and democratic prices. So, Too Much restaurant in Tverskaya can be considered a proven place: visit it to make sure that this is true.