Location: Moscow
Reflections on eating out in Moscow

Reflections on eating out in Moscow

Reflections on eating out in Moscow

1. You can eat very well in the Russian capital. There is a good choice of all world cuisines , starting from Uzbek and Armenian, finishing with fine French or rustic Italian. (Not to mention countless Japanese fusion restaurants like Nobu, Megu or,my favorite, Nedalny Vostok) Pork shashlyk at Ararat…

6
Feb '12
L'Avenue by David Desseaux (Moscow)

L'Avenue by David Desseaux (Moscow)

L'Avenue by David Desseaux (Moscow)

The artists in the kitchen :David Desseaux (right) and David Hemmerlé Since the fall of Soviet Union Moscow has become a paradise market for luxury goods producers. You just have to walk in the center near the Red Square and Bolshoi Theater and you will see luxury shops on almost…

6
Jan '08
Nedalny Vostok,Moscow

Nedalny Vostok,Moscow

Nedalny Vostok,Moscow

My last dinner in Moscow was by far the best from all the trip. Nedalny Vostok (Tverskoy Bulvar 15 , tel. 694-0641) ,that means “Not Far East” , opened its doors only few months ago and it is already the hottest place among the Russian “elite”. You won’t find it…

15
Mar '07
Pushkin Café

Pushkin Café

Pushkin Café

Pushkin Café (Tverskoy bulvar 26a, tel. 495-229-5590) is kind of an institution in Moscow loved by the Russians and the westerners. The pre-revolutionary style restaurant serves traditional Russian cuisine that is over-priced for what it is but very good. Even though bourgeois interior is totally artificial, the place is a…

14
Mar '07
The unctuous pasta at Mario, Moscow

The unctuous pasta at Mario, Moscow

The unctuous pasta at Mario, Moscow

Some guides say that Mario (Klimashkina ulitsa 17, tel. 495-253-6505) is the best restaurant in Moscow. I don’t know if it is the best, but the home made taglioni with fresh truffles and cream sauce is as good as in Italy.Be prepared to open your wallet though… In fact, like…

13
Mar '07
Vogue Café,Moscow

Vogue Café,Moscow

Vogue Café,Moscow

In the beginning i thought i should make one big post about my Moscow trip. But this city is so lavish (and paradoxal at the same time) that I’d rather post about each place separately. Vogue Café ( Kuznetsky most ulitsa 7/9 , tel. 495-623-1701) is THE place to be.Its…

12
Mar '07