Terem Restaurant was located in the center of Kharkov, near the largest square of Europe. The building's exterior was directly identified with its name — the building was built like an old Russian house, in the best traditions of those times.
A special synthesis of interior solutions was embodied in a combination of bohemian and home comfort. The color scheme of interior decoration was very rich — the emphasis was on burgundy-red-brown tones. The interior was made in the style of art deco of the early 20th century — soft armchairs and sofas, yellow flowers, carved wooden tables, modern paintings, antique decor and antique tapestries. Enhanced by electrical details, the style of the establishment at the same time was completely devoid of pathos — everything was selected very subtly and skillfully.
The menu of the restaurant presented dishes of European, Japanese, Russian and Ukrainian cuisine, as well as author's dishes from the chef.