This is a German restaurant, and it likes to show off its Germanness in every way. The female servers in Tyrolean outfits are adroit at grabbing multiple beer mugs with their left hand. The furniture is bucolic and rough, and the servings are massive, with lots of meat, cabbage and garlic. This is probably just the place for you, if you are (1) a ravenously hungry tourist, or (2) someone who has decided to spend long hours drinking lots of beer (Belgian, Czech and German). Yes, they do Oktoberfest here, and with such flair! Beerhouse is affordable: the average half-litre of beer is 250 to 300 rubles. Farmer’s sausages are 670 rub. Beerhouse runs all kinds of cool promotions along the lines of “order eight 0.5l mugs of beer and get a keg free.” Weekends are “family days” at Beerhouse. While the dads play pool, their kids have fun with the animator.