This was the first Pinocchio restaurant and it opened in December 2002 on Kutuzovskiy Prospekt in Moscow. The interior of the restaurant - creating the atmosphere of the Italy in the 1930's - cozy rooms, made in the neoclassical style, soft music in the spirit of those times, soft lighting. The main restaurant is divided into two parts - the restaurant and also a bar where guests can relax in the soft comfortable chairs with a cup of coffee or your favorite cocktail. Upstairs on the mezzanine floor, there is a VIP-hall for 35 people. Next door is a classical Pizzeria, there is also a Konditerskaya in the same complex

In addition there are currently 4 other Pinocchio restaurants and cafes in Moscow


Originally a John Bull Bar & Restaurant Altaca converted the premises to form a high-class Italian Restaurant with an adjoining Pizzeria. The project involved large-scale structural alterations in order to accommodate the revised layout.

•  Structural steelworks, new floor slab, staircases

•  Parquet and marble flooring

•  Custom-made wood panelling & finishing works

•  New kitchen areas

•  All electrical works including new distribution boards & fire alarm system

•  Internal and external lighting fixtures and systems

•  Air handling units, chiller and all ventilation and air conditioning systems

•  New plumbing systems and sanitary fittings

•  Specialist audio system

•  Façade works

Altaca have completed several "stand-alone" restaurants and ones in Business Centres. These include Delifrance, McBrides, Cicco Pizzeria, Burevestnik BC, Krugozor and Cafe Max



Conversion and fit-out of a former bar to create an exclusive Italian Restaurant & separate Pizzeria

Location : Kutuzovsky Prospect, Moscow
Architect : Mikhail Mandrigan Associates
Engineer : Waterman International
Area : 1,400 m2
Management : ITAL