1)To open the restore wizard, on the Home tab, click Restore > VMware vSphere or Hyper-V > Restore from backup > Entire VM restore > Entire VM restore.

2) The next screen should ask you to select the VM to restore as below, You can either add the VM from infrastructure, allowing you to browse the whole virtual environment.  Or you can select from backed up data. If you highlight the VM in the below window and select the "point" option you can select the desired restore point, by default Veeam will use the latest. 

3) The next step will give options on the mode of restore. When restoring to a new location or with different settings you will have extra steps in the wizard to confirm the changes such as selecting the new target host

Please bear in mind  during restore to a new location, Veeam Backup & Replication creates new VMs. If you want to process the restored VMs, you must edit existing jobs or create new jobs to process the restored VMs. If you restore VMs with the same name and to the same folder as the original VMs, Veeam Backup & Replication deletes the original VMs. In this case, you must edit existing jobs to exclude original VMs from them.

4) The other restore option is a staged restore, you can use this to run an executable script for VMs before restoring them to the production environment

5) At the bottom of this step you will notice the option for a quick rollback. This will carry out an incremental restore for the VM. Veeam Backup & Replication will query CBT to get data blocks that are necessary to revert the VM to an earlier point in time, and will restore only these data blocks from the backup. Quick restore significantly reduces the restore time and has little impact on the production environment.

It is recommended that you enable this option if you restore a VM after a problem that occurred at the level of the VM guest OS: for example, there has been an application error or a user has accidentally deleted a file on the VM guest OS. Do not enable this option if the problem has occurred at the VM hardware level, storage level or due to a power loss.

6) The next step will enable the option for "secure restore". This allows for a malware scan before restoration. As you can see below you can then select the desired action if malware is discovered.

7) You will then be asked to confirm the reason for restoration and the job will begin