Piano Restaurant Club

You do not need to go away from Pianoplus for delicious dinner and the best quality music.

It converts your lunch and business meeeting to a plesaure in a tranquil atmosphere.

Pianosteak with Girardi Amarone Dello Valpohcella.

Let our legendary chiefs to spoil your gusto.

In the daytime endless sky, in the nighttime the magic of the lights and music which leads to your dreams.

Piano Plus is now at your service in Ankara with its talented experts in the art of dinner parties and entertaining guests.

Creating a sheer feast of elegance for those who enjoy perfect taste and presentation, Piano Plus will make your night a delight with its unparalleled understanding of occasions and fine-quality music.

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Updated: 01/03/2015


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