September 5 2013  |  Airline & Terminal News

HMSHost and partners open new outlets at LED

By Rick Lundstrom

Chef Arcadi Novikov developed some of the menu items for Kamchatka restaurant 

Four restaurants are now part of the offering. Kamchatka is an all-day restaurant developed by Russian chef Arkadi Novikov. Local menu favorites, including open faced sandwiches with caviar or salmon, sweet and savory blinis, local gourmet sausages and a selection of fine meats and seafood from the grill are served in an ambiance that is reminiscent of the original Soviet pubs of the 70s and 80s. 



Ice Bar is a contemporary café and bar concept. Signature drinks, cocktails and beer are offered in the evening. The morning menu offers espresso and healthy breakfast selections of pastries, parfaits and fruit salads, while the afternoon and evening promise an assortment of fresh salads, grilled panini and other savory snacks. 


There are two Puro Gusto outlets, which offer a line of products ranging from sandwiches and savoury snacks to fresh cakes and traditional Italian desserts. A leading international coffee brand and the authentic

O’Reilly’s Irish Pub complete the food and beverage offer at Pulkovo International Airport. 


“Food & beverage is very important part of our non-aviation business and introduction of famous international and local brands will be another important step to providing millions of travelers with a wide range of retail and dining concepts in the new terminal and also to increase airport’s revenues,” said Eugeniy Ilyin, Chief Commercial Officer, Northern Capital Gateway LLC 


“This contract enables us to enter in Russia, one of the most promising emerging countries. We have been actively seeking new opportunities in emerging markets and together with our local partners, the Novikov Group and Ginza Project. We are very excited in bringing the expertise of the world’s leading food & beverage operator to Russia”, said Walter Seib, CEO HMSHost International.

Pulkovo Airport (host airport for the September G20 Summit) is anticipated to grow to become the largest airport in the Baltic region, serving an estimated 17 million passengers annually by 2020 and serving as one of Europe’s leading airports.

 

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