Aeropolis Moscow

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Leningradsky prospekt, 37/5, Moscow, Central Russia, 125167, Russia
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Restaurant Recommendation

by HORSCHECK

Hello all,

I will be in Moscow with two friends for the football world cup qualifier game Russia vs. Germany in October. I speak some basic Russian and I was already in Moscow for more than a week in 2005, so I know roughly what to expect.

However, I would like to hear your restaurant recommendations for Moscow. We are probably very easy people and are therefore open for almost everything.

The location of the restaurant should be easy to find and more or less located somewhere near the city centre.

I know all this is not very precise, so just feel free to post your favourite place.


Thank you all

HORSCHECK

Re: Restaurant Recommendation

by Vic.tor

If you didn't mind eating fast-food, I'd suggest you to visit Okhotniy Ryad and taste Teremok pancakes. Also there is a cheap Japanese restaurant on Tverskaya(I don't know its address for sure) and MakiCafe, I haven't visitited it for ages, but I remember it was a fine place two years ago(pictures:http://www.afisha.ru/msk/restaurant/20347/; map:http://www.afisha.ru/msk/restaurant/map/20347/). Hope Russia will win)

Re: Restaurant Recommendation

by AnnaAlex

Hi,
In Moscow there are so many restaurants, on every street (especially in the city center) that you can easily find whatevere you want :)
In the center there is Kamergerski pereulok (street crossing Tverskaya, close to Okhothy Ryad), it’s pedestrian street – and there are plenty of different restaurants and café – you can find something for your choice.
Same story with Arbat street - pedestrian street with restourants & etc.
If you are looking at something special - you can go to restoran "Expedition"
http://expedicia.ru/ - they have a good fish there!

Also you can find a restouran in internet - http://eng.menu.ru/ - good place to find and even reserve restouran in Moscow.

Hope, it help you to find the good one!
cheers,
Anna

Re: Restaurant Recommendation

by pbrouk

You should probably be more precise on what kind of food you would like to have, and a price range. "Expeditcia", which was recommended by others in this posts is a good place, but very expensive. There are hundreds of restauraunts in downtown Moscow. I can recommend you good non-expensive (in Moscow terms) Indian restaurant, called Maharaja, Uzbek restaurant near it, called "Hodja Nasreddin v Khive", etc.

Re: Restaurant Recommendation

by HORSCHECK

Hello all,

First of all, thank you all very much for your recommendations. They are all very helpful and have given me some ideas.

Okay, to be more precise, I would of course prefer more local cuisine (Russian, Ukrainian, Eastern European) but am open for more or less everything.

Regarding prices, I would prefer local and therefore non-expensive places. Nevertheless, I am also open to fancy more expensive restaurnants, although I must admit that I will probably not bring too smart clothes.

Thanks again,
HORSCHECK

Travel Tips for Moscow

Exchanging Money

by ratherton

The rouble is a closed currency so you can't get hold of it until you arrive in Moscow. Once there you have the following choices:

1. ATM Machines are everywhere. Some of them limit you to a small amount per withdrawl but you can always put your card in again.

2. Change cash at any of the exchange bureaus around Moscow. They are all over the place, usually with large signs advertising rates in Euros and US Dollars. However, a number of them do take a huge range of other currencies.

3. Banks - you can definitely change cash at them and I think it is also possible to draw money on your credit card.

4. Hotels - Your hotel will almost certainly be able to offer currency exchange for travellers cheques and cash.

In all cases (apart from the hotel), you will need to show your passport but as you have to carry it anyway, that won't be a problem.

Uspensky Cathedral

by bugulma

The main symbol of Kremlin. It's the most ancient cathedral of Kremlin, which was laid in 1326 by the first Moscow patriarch Peter. In 1475-1479 the cathedral assumed the present-day view when Ivan III joined all Russian fields under Moscow power. Wall painting inside is of the middle of XVII century. Uspensky cathedral was burial-vault of Russian patriarch in XIV-XVII centuries. Nowadays the temple, as other cathedrals in Kremlin, are mainly touristic sight-seeing but there are still ceremonies and rites (since 1990), devoted to memory of patriarchs who was buried here.

The Kremlin, The Archangel's Cathedral

by kris-t

The history of the Archangel's Cathedral of the Moscow Kremlin dates back to the XIV century: in 1333, the first Great Moscow Prince Ivan Kalita (Money-bag) ordered to lay the foundation of a white-stone church devoted to St. Archangel Michael respected in Rus as a guardian of soldiers and Russian princes in their feats of arms. The cathedral was first adorned with wall-painting in the reign of Ivan the Terrible.

The ancient murals have not survived except small fragments on pillars and several compositions of the altar and the tsars shrine. In 1652-1666, the cathedral was painted a new by a big team of Russian masters.

Cyrillic Cypher

by Kariba

I'm sure many others have mentioned this before, but... anyone travelling to Russia should try to learn the Cyrillic alphabet. All signs, including place names, station names, street names etc. are in Cyrillic so it's essential if you want to know where you're going.

While it's quite a difficult language, it also goes a long way if you try to learn some of the basics. Greetings, how to ask for directions, how to order things etc. While most of the younger generation, especially in the cities, speak English - if you're venturing further afield or travelling without a local to guide or assist you, then it's advisable that you know the rudiments.

In addition to the benefits of knowing where you're going, making an effort to speak Russian will be appreciated.

It might be some sort of a...

by Lalique

It might be some sort of a cultural tip ;))) Whilst in Moscow (and in Russia) pay strict attention to the taffic when on zebra crossings, especially if there is no traffic light at all. On Moscow streets a pedestrian doesn't have a priority at all...

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Address: Leningradsky prospekt, 37/5, Moscow, Central Russia, 125167, Russia