Start with a plate of artisan prosciutto and regional cheeses and embark on a culinary tour of Italy with Chef Valerio Andrisani’s menu of authentic Italian cuisine, then linger for a while in the ultra-stylish lounge for a post-dinner digestif.
- Open Daily
- 1:00 pm – 12:00 midnight
Yellow-fin tuna tartare, Sicilian salad, cucumber extract
- Pacchero Nero
Black ink, smoked kamchatka crab, porcini mushrooms
Sunday lunches are a traditional fixture in Italian culture. I thought it would be a great idea to bring this delightful, family experience to St. Petersburg.Valerio Andrisani Chef
Meet the Team
Chef Valerio Andrisani
Chef Valerio began cooking at the age of 10, cutting his teeth in the kitchen of his mother and grandmother, both excellent chefs who instilled in him the principle of only using the highest-quality ingredients. After working in five-star hotels all over Europe, he returned to his native Italy and began working with Michelin-starred chef Andrea Accordi at Four Seasons Hotel Prague, before joining us in St. Petersburg. For Valerio, creating new dishes is the best part of his job. His second favourite thing is getting to know his guests, which means you’ll often see him chatting with table guests in Percorso, especially during Sunday lunch.
“I always take each of my experiences and use them to influence the food I cook. I enjoy sharing the results of my work every day at Percorso.”
Sommelier Evgeny Sinichenko
Evgeny started his career in food and beverage as a waiter and bartender, but he soon realized that he would like to really understand wines at a different level. This curiosity lead him through the extensive, multi-level training at British Sommelier School WSET, before going on to work in far-flung places such as Dubai, Moscow, luxury cruise ships and other high-end hotels in St. Petersburg Now at Four Seasons, he has access to one of the city’s most extensive wine cellars and loves to pair guests with their perfect bottle.
“Many people ask me about my favorite wine. For me, wine is philosophy. This means many factors have influence over choice of wine and how to combine it with dishes – the season, the mood I am in, the food I am contemplating.”
- Every SundayDetails
Il Pranzo della Domenica
Chef Valerio Andrisani recreates his favourite childhood memory, when the whole family would come together for a slow Sunday meal, and invites you and your loved ones to join him for a menu of hearty dishes at Precorso, with a soundtrack of Italian music setting a merry mood from 12:30 to 4:30 pm.
More Dining Options
The Tea Lounge
Filled with fresh flowers and greenery year-round, our bright and airy, glass-roofed lounge is where you go to spend an afternoon catching up with friends over lunch, pairing the meal with a warm glass of mulled wine in the winter.
Claim a seat by the double-sided fireplace and mingle with fashionable locals who’ve come for the pre-dinner drinks and handcrafted cocktails served in our wood-panelled, library-style bar named for Tsar Alexander I.
Whether you’re time-zone–hopping, feeding a hungry team during an impromptu meeting or looking for quiet, private dining, you can choose from our extensive In-Room menu day or night.
Crab from Singapore, sushi from Tokyo, dim sum from Hong Kong: Sit down to sample the authentic flavours of these three capitals in our modern and lively Asian restaurant, perfect for both date night and family dinner.