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Moscow Restaurants: News and Openings

Antrecote & Co.

Antrecote & Co.

Wine and dine with a view of the City

Lavish Antrecote & Co. offers a stunning domed glass ceiling and a great view of Moscow City. Start with the creamy gazpacho, then move on to the star of the show: the meat. The steaks, burgers, and cutlets are all of excellent quality, although the decadent lamb burger is a particularly good (750 rubles). Treat yourself to the chocolate nougat cake for dessert (250 rubles).

+7 (495) 690 7373

36 Ulitsa Novy Arbat, Bldg. 3

Metro Smolenskaya

Foood Bazar

Spoiled for choice in Hermitage Garden

Hermitage Garden’s newest restaurant is reminiscent of sitting on a friend’s wooden patio in the summertime — both in terms of food and atmosphere. The menu is a compilation of different world cuisines. The Italian and Uzbek offerings seem to be the most popular: the black burger with marbled beef (560 rubles), and the lamb lyulya kebab (220 rubles) are among the best.

+ 7 (495) 233 3300

3 Karetny Ryad

Metro Chekhovskaya, Tsvetnoi Bulvar


Street food from the Mediterranean

Catch the growing wave of Greek fast food at vibrant eatery Gokos. The small cafe aims to serve quick, convenient and tasty food to customers while preserving authentic Greek cuisine. Hungry types should opt for a gyro (from 250 rubles) but the smaller kebabs (from 100 rubles) are no less flavorsome. The smart blue and white interior brings a little bit of Greece to central Moscow.

+ 7 (499) 670 9298

19/4 Sushchyovskaya Ulitsa

Metro Mendeleevskaya

Breakfast Club

Refined all-day breakfast

Tucked away on a side street in the Patriarch’s Pond neighborhood, Breakfast Club is the perfect spot for starting your day. Kickstart with a creme brulee latte (200 rubles) then move on to the restaurant’s signature scrambled eggs (420 rubles). Russian choices such as kasha abound, the yoghurt parfaits are wonderfully decadent (420 rubles).

+7 (968) 481 9796

10 Maly Kozikhinsky Pereulok

Metro Tverskaya, Mayakovskaya

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