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Planet Sushi: Moscow sushi
I visited this restaurant twice, in different places.
Favorite Dish: Food is normal. I don't think that sushi in this restaurant are similar with sushi in Japan but soup was good. I ate soups Tom Yam (185 RUB) and Tom Kha (185 RUB), sushi Philadelphia (305 RUB) and Philadelphia chic (325 RUB).
Also I realy liked apple-orange fresh!
If U need to go to eat somewhere , this place is suitable.
Japanese Cuisine: Restaurant Aiko
Aiko is open Daily from 12 a.m - 12 p.m.
It is a nice quite place on the Moscow river , You can sit over looking the river and park or not if that is not for you ,The place is very well keeped up Clean ,The service is very good
The food well you will just have to go there to try it and see or taste for yourself.
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Asian Cuisine: TAO
Great lay -out to this restaurant with lots of private little nooks and crannies, so you can have a private business meeting or a party without sitting shoulder to shoulder with the party next to you.
They serve Japanese and Chinese food. The crispy, Peking duck was quite good. I do not like to eat with chop sticks off a plate, but prefer bowls. Other than that, a nice dining experience with friends.
Yakitoriya: Why not?
I really liked this place. So why not? Totally recommend it.
Favorite Dish: I ordered Philadelphia rolls (you can see on photo that they aren't typical) and potatoes with Tofu sauce. more I liked potatoes than rolls.
Vostochnaya Komnata: Delicious Indian Food
I've been several times to this restaurant. Actually there are 3 restaurants in one entrance. The sign above the door says "French Cafe" but I was always in the "Vostochnaya Komnata" on the top floor, where I ate Indian. They also have some Kavkasian, Georgian and Japanese on the menu and there a belly dancer every now and then. You know when she is coming because of the sudden loud music.
In the same building there is also a Japanese restaurant and the famous "French Cafe".
Favorite Dish: Chicken Tikka Masala, paneer etc.
Well, the price really depends on how much you order.
Asian Cuisine: Tibet Kitchen
This restaurant is set back a little bit off Kamergerskiy pereulok, which is a pedestrianized street with a number of patio restaurants.
Business was pretty slow when we stopped in for dinner, so the service was quick and attention.
Favorite Dish: We had soup, spring rolls and a noodle & veggie dish. . .the food was a bit bland, but all edible and filling.
Mob Bombay: Mos Bombay
Mos Bombay was a terrific dinner ~ nearly on par with my favourite Indian restaurant in Toronto. The restaurant's decor is a little fancier than we were prepared for, but he service was highly attentive and we soon felt very comfortable.
The topper of the whole evening though, was the young woman who came out and danced to Indian songs (beginning with Silsila Ye Chahat Ka from Devdas) every 20 minutes or so. She was doing a mix of Kathak and improvisational (read, Bollywood) dance, and she made the most of her limited space and inattentive audience.
Favorite Dish: The food was excellent - we had butter chicken, channa masala, naan and wine.
East Buffet: Chines + Japanese "smorgasbord"
Thanks to Neil (Dr_Woland) for organizing VT meeting in this new and nice place.
Neil, Sonya, Anya, Mariana, Wendy, Olya, Steve, ... ufff... and all others! It was nice to meet you all ;-))))))
Favorite Dish: "East Buffet" is very nice place to eat Chineese and Japanese cuisine. Just pay ~500 roubles (~250 in a workday) ~$15 and eat as much as you can. 1 cup of green tea is included all other drinks are for separate fee.
Buffet is very reach - I've tried but failed to test everything at once ;-)))))
Ginno Taki: Japanese food
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.
Yapona Mama: Asian Cuisine
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).
All major CC are accepted.
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.
Rice and Fish: One of the best sushi!
Not long ago we discovered this nice restaurant not far from Red Square. I am not too much fond of sushi, but there plenty of dishes to enjoy. The thing I like most of all is the moving "buffet". You are sitting - and the dishes are moving near by. All you have to do is to stretch your arm and to take what you feel like eating.
Oh, oh! I deliberately am not going to delete what I wrote some years ago! Now I am really a sushi addict! I love it, really. I attend this restaurant from time to time. And I've learned to eat with sticks, and other things that accompany sushi eating. Go, you won't regret!
Favorite Dish: I've already mentioned that I don't like sushi too much - I prefer cooked fish. And it is wonderful here - salmon in special oriental sauce melts in your mouth!!!
Some years later... Everything is fine! Suchi, and rolls, and sashimi, and miso (is the soup called like this?)
Kishmish: Kishmish - good Uzbeki restaurant, great value
Excellent food, decor, atmosphere! Try the shish kebab (shashlyk) or rice and lamb dish Plov. The soups are excellent as well. This is one of the best values in Moscow!
Favorite Dish: Exellent quality Uzbek food (soups, meas, shish kebabs) at reasonable prices in great atmosphere.
Beloe Solntse: Beloe Solntze - a Fine Uzbeki restaurant
Fine Uzbek restaurant based on the vintage Soviet movie, and the waiters are dressed as its characters. While this element will probably be lost on foreigners, the service and food are par excellence! And you will be treated to an outstanding belly dance show while you eat.
Food is the excellent Uzbeki fare, but with many variations on the same theme. Whichever 'plov' or 'shashlyk' you pick, you will be immensely satisfied.
Other high end Uzbeki places are Uzbekistan (next door) and Makhallia (Pokrovsky boulevard). But this one is the best IMO due to its service and ambiance.
Favorite Dish: Excellent quality pilaf and shish kebab, tea.
tsesj betjs: good food, nice people
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
KHODZHA NASREDDIN V KHIVE: One of the best uzbek cuisine in Moscow!
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.
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