The Sakhalin restaurant, designed by Geometry architects, sits at the top of the Azimut Hotel on the Smolenskaya Square in Moscow. The two-level space with a unique 360-degree circular layout offers stunning panoramic views of the city and is a white tablecloth restaurant. The interior of the place embodies the nature of Sakhalin – the most eastern island of Russia. The central wall is a symbol of Mount Lopatin, a cascading marble raw bar – an allusion to the Korsakov plateau. An open kitchen nestles in the center of the hall with its appearance creating the impression of the presence of rocks. The raw bar, with a glacier and aquarium, is the heart of the restaurant, where guests can select their seafood.