Treasures of the Flying Dutchman
Is it possible to live in a museum?
Indeed! The guests of the Flying Dutchman (Letuchiy Gollandets) know, that with a view to the most beautiful architectural complex of Saint Petersburg including the Saint Isaac’s Cathedral, the Palace Embankment (Dvortsovaya Naberezhnaya), the Peter and Paul Fortress, the Strelka of the Vasilyevsky Island and drawbridges, work is much more productive, supper is better, training is more effective and holidays are more pleasant. The view which opens up to the guests of the Flying Dutchman – the best Saint Petersburg restaurant – is recognized as one of the most splendid in Europe.
The Flying Dutchman complex includes three restaurants with a view to the sights of Saint Petersburg offering haute cuisine: Japanese, Italian and Russian, with original menu and Brazilian grill.
The Terrassa restaurant is famous all over Saint Petersburg for its Italian and French cuisine offered by the undoubted experts. This year it is the chef of the well-known Symposium, the Italian cook Lucio Pompili.
You will be surprised by the amazing Brazilian grill offered in the Paluba by the chef of one of the best restaurants of Rio de Janeiro.
In the Panorama restaurant you will be offered to try the real Japanese cuisine as well as traditional Russian cuisine of Yuriy Bondarenko, the chief cook of the Flying Dutchman.
Moreover, from May till September the Flying Dutchman launches the open water restaurant which is the only of its kind in Saint Petersburg.
In addition to the best restaurants in St. Petersburg the Flying Dutchman offers its clients the elite fitness centre with three halls as well as the beauty treatment salon.
The Flying Dutchman is one of the landmarks of Saint Petersburg, a three-mast sailboat, the unique copy of the Dutch Fleut Amsterdam of the year 1748, moored to the Mytninskaya quay.
The Flying Dutchman is the cult club project: for SIX years already the parties on the ship have been considered the best place for the high society column of the city.
The Flying Dutchman means personal grace, sophistication, success and precious time of the ship guests who come here over and over again.