Maybe everyone remembers the funniest anti-utopia by Luke Bessone. At least it is difficult to forget red-haired Mila Yovovich. So ,,Fifth element” in Yerevan is not only Bruce Willis flying in a taxi, but also a wonderful café on Moscowyan street.
Cafe-cinema 5th Element is a combination of absolute contrasts. Black doors and tables in modern style, searchlights on the ceiling are combined with purple baroque armchairs and hangers in decadence style. A strip of collage is spread all over the wall and ceiling which is compiled of film shots and it is again one more incongruously congruous detail. The separate bar represents a wide assortment of alcoholic drinks. The cuisine offers a big number of variations of sushi, sea food, salads, soups, meat dishes, etc.
In 5th Element cafe there are 6 cinema halls of 3 categories: Classic, Luxe and VIP. In VIP hall, for example, up to 10 people can fit in. You will never be able to read the whole list of the films as the movies in the arsenal of 5th Element are more than 3 000!
In the nearest future in 5th Element café a new hall will be opened: Arabic. The hall will bear the name of the legendary ,,1001 and one night” and will be strictly in Arabic style. Hurry up to be the first to see it.
Café-cinema 5th Element is situated at the address Moscowyan 28.