Located on the top floor of the Quattro Corti Business Center, Mansarda comes with city views that are worthy of its name, which roughly means "balcony." Inside, everything's chic and modern, with menus on iPads, house music, simple clean walls in warm tones, and dark wood furniture. The voluminous menu has European, Russian, Japanese, and Chinese options, including sushi, spring rolls, pasta, risotto, grilled meats, steaks, seafood, and Russian classics like dumplings and fried meat patties. Like all the restaurants that are part of the Ginza Project restaurant group, Mansarda is expensive, but the food (along with the surroundings) usually makes it well worth it. Reservations are a very good idea.