One of the symptoms of a native Muscovite is an internal sense of duty to give a chance to any new institution. Restaurateurs are trying - marketing is working hard, and millions of investments in design, the formation of the kitchen and other creative work deserve to be seen, at least once.
Tourists in this sense are easier: you can trust the ratings and go already on the beaten track. Let's try this culinary journey through the capital of Russia - prepare wallets and a flash on the camera.
The PR of the restaurant began when there was no question of its creation. The strategists were silent, the journalists were silent. Only Julia Vysotskaya persistently dictated recipes to the camera.
Culinary shows, the largest Russian culinary portal, multi-volume books with dozens of reprints - all this served as a good start to the opening of the restaurant.
Style: Scandinavian, cuisine: international, the chef relies on seasonal products. Features: own smokehouse, bakery and a separate exit to the Botanical Garden - a paradise.
Restaurant of Russian cuisine "Cafe Pushkin"
Besides the fact that the place itself is historical, the restaurant itself is already 20 years old. 20 years of successful work speaks for something. And history says that somewhere nearby, almost where the restaurant is (or maybe just there) very often walked, drank, ate, loved Pushkin. The place was immortalized, including with its menu: here are dishes of Russian and French cuisine from the era of Alexander Pushkin.
Rating place, no matter what rating you look at. Interestingly? Location: 16th floor. The schedule for changing the menu: dynamic as the capital itself - so it changes once a season.
Dishes: national products, and not those that are in plain sight and by ear, but those that are forgotten - you still need to look for them, they are combined with the avant-garde technique of executing the chef. What is nice: large portions.
A chain of fish restaurants (small and oriented to demanding guests). They borrowed a piece of the Riviera - Italian-French cuisine with good wine and comfort, historically settled in each of the restaurants.
A classic Russian restaurant a few meters from the Spassky Tower. Previously, this building had the first malls and a pub in Moscow - the atmosphere is interesting. Zest: four thematic rooms. “Kremlin” with antique furniture and a fireplace (stylized as one of the offices of the Kremlin), “Triumphal” resembles the malachite living room of the Hermitage, “Tretyakovsky” - the hall of the Tretyakov Gallery. One day, the "Crimean" Hall, where they installed a wooden map of the Russian Federation.
Gastronomic sponsor of a virtual trip to Italy. Minimalist design with a predominance of "Italian" red and green tones, vintage chairs, 15 variations of pizza, risotto, lasagna and pasta of your own. Things to try: Sicilian cannoli rolls with cream.
Cafe for authentic Moroccan cuisine, named for the small Moroccan town. The menu, of course, was developed by the Moroccan, so there will be traditional Arabic dishes, correctly and beautifully prepared. What to try: be sure to soups and pies with spinach and pomegranate or with lamb and pine nuts.
Continuing the Moscow presentation of the cuisine of the peoples of the world, Kinki
Japanese gourmet restaurant. Features: a huge Japanese three-story grill in the center of the room. What to try: kinky fish and berry tinctures brought from Japan.
Who tried, he knows. Amazing restaurant with Odessa flavor. It serves Jewish and Ukrainian cuisine. Feature: a very extensive menu, a different interior for each floor.
A good choice for vegetarians. The interior is made in the style of eco-eclecticism. Feature: dishes from local seasonal vegetables and fruits with the addition of seeds, grains, nuts, algae and oils. To be honest - they make flour, butter, bread, and vegetable milk themselves.
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