The interior of Turandot is designed in the "chinoiserie" style, boasting a collection of authentic items preserving the memory of past centuries. As in the alchemist's magic pot, where the potions are cooked with the most rare, expensive, and iconic ingredients, "Turandot" brings together the finest practices of the restaurant business from its origins to the present time. The main architectural and gastronomic landmark of Moscow combining modern European cuisine with pan-Asian.
Located in the 1905 Goda Street, Shinok is one of the most popular restaurants in the capital. It's "loft-style" interior exhibits an oasis within the glass atrium housing peacocks, a cow and other creatures. However, the main attraction of this place is exquisitely delicious South- Russian cuisine from the famed chef Elena Nikiforova. The authenically fresh taste of the dishes smoothy blends with the elegant contemporary presentation.
Bochka is the first project of Andrey Dellos. The main specialty of this establishment with Russian and European cuisine is meat cooked over an open fire in the Josper. The restaurant is famous for its steaks and a young bull on a spit, roasted over an open fire in the center of the room. The restaurant's interior is decorated as a French Chalet with antique mirrors on brick walls, wooden rafters, crystal chandeliers, stained glass windows and a real fireplace.
Patisserie Pushkin was opened in 2006 next to the famous namesake restaurant. The pastry chef, Damien Piscioneri, is a true virtuoso of his craft, creating hand-made unique cakes, cookies, sorbets, candies and tarts. With their astonishing designs - many sweets seem to look inedible, yet, they are actually as tasty as they are original.
The basic concept of Farengeit is casual gastronomique: The kitchen is memorable and elaborate, yet simple and clear, suitable for every day. The interior of "Farengeit" is as multifaceted as its name. The classic loft-style with concrete, metal and glass interior is softened by natural wood and leather accents, and the open concept kitchen encourages friendly interaction between the staff and restaurant guests. The chef of the new restaurant is talented and charismatic trailblazer Anton Kovalkov. Chief bartender, Denis Kryazhev, is a winner of the Diageo Reserve World Class 2012 and GQ's bartender of the year in 2013.
Nordic cuisine restaurant in the very heart of the Russian capital. The number "three" in the title is not just an eye catching wordplay. It encompasses the three staples for a successful project – fine dining, fine wines and unique atmosphere. Here, Scandinavian traditions are combined with innovative technologies and creativity of a Finnish macho and chef Sauli Kemppainen.
The restaurant and bar Saxon+Parole on the Patriarchal ponds is the modern New York style tavern, skillfully combining new American cuisine from chefs Alexander Prosekov and Brad Farmerie and cocktail classics from the bartender Masahiro Urishido with rough interior, inspired by the vibes of Bohemian SoHo district. The first and only Russian project of the American company AvroKO exists for over two years and is rightfully considered as center of American hospitality.
«Odessa-Mama» is a humble city restaurant that prides itself in serving delicious Odessa-style food. While Odessa has a kaleidoscope of charming attractions to offer its guests, we have sought the main inspiration from its most prized component — its food! Ah, the people of Odessa do eat well — fresh fish straight from the market, hearty and enticing scent of the aubergine caviar and salty tears from fresh "brynza" sheep cheese are just a few examples of our favorite memories of Odessa-Mamma!
Hachapuri offers a contemporary and vibrant Georgian dining experience in its two restaurants situated in the heart of Moscow. The restaurant prides itself with offering an inexpensive, simple yet stylish dining experience with with delicious, no-fuss food, prepared with the finest fresh and seasonal ingredients.
Open space with natural light and lots plants set you in a great mood for some tasty Russian and European cuisine. Grabli is a chain of several buffet-style restaurants that is very popular with locals and tourists alike. You will always find a huge selection of wholesome food that is always freshly prepared.
Delicatessen is one of the world's 50 best bars and the best bar in town - famous for its legendary food. The man in charge of this bar, Slava Lankin, is the founding father of the Moscow bar culture and likely the friendliest bartender you'll ever meet. The kitchen is run by Ivan Shishkin — previously, a chemist, photographer, and a motorcycle racer, and currently, one of the most inventive chefs. Both the bar and the kitchen interiors are dominated by classic style and its creative variations executed with an impeccable quality. Be sure to try: Dirty Bird Martini with quail eggs with liquid yolk; or Pedro Manhattan aged in oak barrels with sherry Pedro Jimenez. With each drink you will be given a call button that adds your beverage order to the total count of drinks served in the bar since its openning. As far as the food goes, make sure your try their veal brains with sauce from the egg yolk with pikes roe; pizza with beef bacon and green onions, or salad of crunchy carrots with peanut tempeh.
Mitzva Bar is a trendy hipster hangout you don't want to miss. This small restaurant and cocktail bar, just a short walk from Kremlin in the heart of the old Zamoskvorech'ye district has no special sign, just a heavy wooden door with hardly noticeable freemason and Jewish attributes. The door will lead you into the basement, where you will find yourself in a timeless space capsule. The place feels as if it's out of another era with dim lighting and vintage d?cor. The interiors are reminiscent of underground speakeasy circa early 1900's. The setting is perfect for intimate conversation with friends or a relaxed rendezvous with someone special. Mitzva is definetely an original act: every cocktail, made by local bartenders will have you grab your phone for a selfie with it -- they're just as beautiful as they're tasty. The food here is "jewish fusion", made in a very original style; you may not be accustomed to many of the tastes, but definetely will receive an aesthetic pleasure. Mitzva has an old fashioned way of presenting and serving food. Don't be shy and ask your waiter or bartenter about the sephiroth, paited on the cealing or any other things you may be curious about inside Mitzva -- the staff here is very friendly and knowledgeable. There's a nice summer terrace that's open from May to October.
The restaurant is a part of art project within the framework with Musuem of Contemporary Art. The restaurant consists of three rooms - the bar, the hall where exhibitions are held, and the hall with the piano. In summer the veranda 'Orchard house' is opened. The restaurant suggests Wine market as well.
Piano bar with a wide variety of wine and very cozy atmosphere. Every evening they organize small piano concerts - a perfect accompaniment to a delicious dinner of Russian or European cuisine.
The Bar in Dewar's Powerhouse is run by Pavel Andreev - a popular figure in professional circles and a representative of the "new wave" bar industry in Moscow. The Bar is famous for its perfectly balanced variations of the classic American cocktails with a Russian accent. The menu features drinks like NY Sour with buckwheat whiskey; Negroni with pepper, and Clover Club with beets. Here you will not find any molecular delights with hard-to-pronounce ingredients bought on the Thai markets, or strained smiles from the guys behind the counter. This place has a truly friendly atmosphere "of your bar around the corner" with all its consequences. What to drink: modest but distinguished collection of whisky and cocktails: Buckwheat New York Sour, Mount Kimbie, Prunes Blood & Sand.
Mumiy Troll is a music bar right in the heart of Moscow, within walking distance from the Kremlin, and is open 24/7. It is part of Ilya Lagutenko’s (frontman of Mumiy Troll band) project for an international chain of live music bars. The interiors of Mumi Trol` music bar are decorated with elements of marine style. The menu features dishes from the Pacific with specialties like Pacific whelk, fern bracken, sea cucumber, laminaria, fern, and other delicacies. The bar offers a unique selection of Asian drinks: Korean soju, Chinese beer, Japanese whiskey. In addition to drinks come to the bar for superb live music performed by a broad selection of leading artists, and all- night dance programs. The bar serves breakfast (06.00 – 11.00 am) and lunch (12.00 – 16.00 pm) at fixed prices. Perfectly located in the city center, the bar is a must for those who like seafood and Asian drinks, and are interested in live music, particularly in Russian rock.
Ukuleleshnaya is a soulful cafe and shop for people who appreciate beauty. You don\'t need a reason to stop by our place: whether it is for a bite to eat during lunch break, or to have a drink at the end of a stressful day, you are always guaranteed warm atmosphere and friedly faces.
"Tema bar- is the first show-bar in Moscow, opened in 2005. 24 hours barmen are busy at making a really fantastic and wonderful show from the traditional preparation of cocktails. It's possible to danse on the tables and on the bar. If you want to spend quite time or play darts you can spend it on the 1-st floor. The calm music will help you to relax.
No glitz and glamour in this place There is an intelligent rock atmosphere, good cocktails, tasty meal and interesting sport broadcastings.
The Crazy Mix Club and Bar is one of the few places in the world you can go to every day without ever getting bored - because a different atmosphere, decoration, menu and crowd will greet you every night! Whether sipping rum cocktails during “Havaian Night” or downing Vodka shots to Russian” 90s dance music during “Russian Party" - travel through space and time every time you step foot here.
Central Station consists out of three stories, two dance floors, kilowatts of light and sound – all for the Moscow gay community. The club has changed its location 3-4 times already, each time moving to a bigger space despite the chilly attitude from the Russian government. Simply show your WhizzMate phone at the entrance to receive the special offer.
The Boy Club is open daily from 9pm until the party crowds greet the morning sun, with weekend parties easily extending until 10 am, making it a popular after party place.
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Updated: March 17, 2020