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Saxon and Parole

New York style restaurant with American modern cuisine and signature cocktails, in one of the post popular locations in Moscow.

Saxon and Parole is a well-established restaurant in one of the most popular locations in town, at Patriarchy Pond. This stylish restaurant, which also has an incredibly nice bar with signature cocktails like the Yankee Mule and the Rhubarb Margarita, is one of our favorite restaurants.
Saxon and Parole Restaurant

The menu is not the most extensive, but the food is absolutely fresh and delicious. It’s difficult to say which dish is our favorite, since they are all so yummy. But we can recommend you to try the S+P black Angus burger, the Mushroom mousse with whiskey jelly, the Fillet mignon with beef from Argentina and the New York striploin steak.

On weekends, it is a great place to go to with friends or family to enjoy the brunch menu which has all great features like a fantastic well equipped - do it yourself - Bloody Mary bar and a pony club menu for the littles ones. In the evening it’s a great spot for either a nice dinner with friends and/or a good cocktail in the bar. And in summer we love the half indoor, half outdoor setting with many people enjoying their drinks outside.

We believe one of the main assets of this place is their high-quality service! Also, most of the staff speaks English. It’s a good choice if you planning to host a bigger event. You can book either a private room or an area in the restaurant.

Saxon and Parole has even a twin in New York. Both restaurants have this urban decor style, with the black banquettes and the wood paneling. In Moscow you also get a few nods to the equestrian, since the restaurant is named after two famous American racehorses from the 1870s.

The prices are a bit higher, but definitely worth it. And don't forget to make a reservation on the weekend, since its usually really full.


Visit our website for more information about Saxon and Parole.

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