Moscow - Dining
It is an adventure to go out and eat in Moscow. It is teeming with extravagant theme restaurants where you are transported through both time and space, suddenly you find yourself in Thailand, on a farm or in the last century. If you want to eat well for little you can go to some of the city’s many Georgian and Armenian restaurants. There are also chains such as Moo-Moo and Yolki-Palki where you can serve yourself inexpensive, simple Russian fare. For the restaurants listed below you must always book in advance:
Restaurant “Expedition. Northern cuisine” serves delicacies of northern Russian cuisine of the highest quality.Each product “flies” or “comes” or “swims” here from distant ecologically clean lands and is cooked only on Baikal water! Our restaurant is the place for those who appreciate high quality in everything! So don’t be surprised if some famous singer is performing a song for his friends at a table next to yours… We are big family and every guest for us is a good friend!
This is one of Moscow’s finest restaurants. Go on a journey through time back to a sumptuous 19th century. Here, well-dressed Muscovites enjoy caviar and the Franco-Russian cuisine. Open 24 hours. There is a grandiose breakfast buffet.
Noev Kovcheg (Noah’s Ark)
Noev Kovcheg serves award-winning Armenian food. While you’re there, be sure to taste the famous Armenian cognac. The prestigious restaurant opened its doors to the public on July 17th, the same date that Noah’s Ark settled on the mountain of Ararat, a date that is supposed to bring luck.
Maharaja is one of the best Indian restaurants located in the heart of the city. The staff is bilingual and the service is excellent. They focus on natural ingredients so you don’t have to worry about artificial colouring or preservatives.
Argentineaen restaurants are your best bet if you feel like a big and tasty steak. This one is no exception, the meat is fantastic and cooked over charcoal. Of course, they also have an extensive wine menu to match.