Let's start with the lower terrace. Opened for maximum comfort of its guests, it offers the possibility of solitude and quiet rest. Terrace is conveniently located - it is in the midst of a small paved pedestrian street. Sitting at the table you will enjoy spectacular views of the wall that surrounded Constantinople fifteen centuries ago. Just beyond the door of the restaurant, which will be opened for you by friendly staff, you will step on the floor... lined by hand with mosaics! This is an element of the Byzantine style, transporting the guests of Tria Restaurant in the atmosphere of a large imperial palace, world-famous for its mosaic floors.
Due to its spatial resolution, restaurant's hall looks spacious and is divided into two parts. One of them - with a small handmade sofa and very comfortable chairs - is separated from the pedestrian streets and old houses only by a huge window. Here, lying on a sofa or cozy modern chair, you can drink a cup of good coffee. This relaxation zone smoothly leads into the hall for lunch and dinner with comfortable benches lined along the mirrors and tables. Visually, it resembles a refectory of the Byzantine palace. But instead of the amphitheater, there's a big plasma TV on the wall for the visitors' amusement. You can see a large number of channels, including sports.