Sushi appeared to be a novelty in Moscow when I visited and the price reflected that. When in Russia...may as well eat Russian food. I emptied out my wallet on a couple of California Rolls one night and I would have gotten better Sushi in L.A. for a fifth of the price. (Ok, I will probably get slammed for this, but it is true!)
Yapona Mama stands for Japanese Mama, which originates from a rather known Russian saying, where in the place of "Japanese" another word is mentioned :))) but to heck with etimology....
The interior of the place is hi-tech style, two floors plus a summer terrace on the roof (operates during summers and warm seasons only :)) what is obvious).
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Favorite Dish: This place serves the best sushi and rolls in the town, as well as noodles. The main accent is made on Japanese specialities but one can find a few bits and pieces of Chinese there as well.
Pleasant restaurant right in the center. The menu is in Russian and English and with pictures, so you see what you could get.
Favorite Dish: It's a bit hard to judge what you actually get on the plate ie how filling it is.
Named for the literary folk here memorialized in Bukhara, the city's newest Uzbek restaurant serves Central Asian fare Disney-style with nightly belly dancing and plenty of colorful visual elements. Try the wonderful homemade drinks, but beware the menu's many potentially unfamiliar ingredients, including antelope and, less surprisingly, plenty of horsemeat.
Wines are served by wine - stewards.
IOLKI-PALKI restaurant, it belongs to a chain with many spots in Moscow.
interesting buffet, you fill up your cup (195 rubles all-you-can-eat) with raw meat, raw fish and vegs, then handle it to the cookers that cooks your food in front of you!
Moscow is a multinational city, and you will find not only Russian cuisine here, but many others, including those of the countries and regions aroung Russia.
It will not strike you as a fancy place, but it is comparatively cheap (dinner for 2 with red wine was USD22) and just nice.
Favorite Dish: It is a kind of Uzbek place (I am not an expert, I call this kind of food 'eastern'). They have excellent collection of Georgian wines, and cook typical (to me, again) Caucauses and Uzbek food like 'plov', 'pelmeni', 'manty', some vegeteble dishes, rice, pastry with cheese and greens.
food is good' shaslick, and the salad bar is very good too
The decor was very nice, and so was the service
Favorite Dish: The salad bar very good and tasty
and you can take as much your plate can hold.
The mucis was good too, and the wine not to expencive
350 rouble for a litre
I liked this restaurant. But I didn't saw much differences between this restaurant and other Japanese restaurant.
Favorite Dish: I ate Philadelphia rolls (250 RUB) and drank orange fresh. I liked it.
Belongs to the same owners as Vesna and Sirena. Upscale dining for businessmen and wealthier Russians. Good food, pleasant atmosphere.
This is really great restaurant. There is not only uzbekistan food, but all place and people are different. Woman are wearing their national clothes, and place look really amazing.
why not trying restaurant:"uzbekistan";it is an uzbek restaurant;we understood nothing from the menu,but we succeeded to have a very good meal