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    Kamergera: Shashlik

    by littlebush Written Jul 2, 2014

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    On Kamargersky street up from Belshoi theatre

    This place does great shashlik, my mate and I went for chicken

    It comes on a scewer that hangs from some device that allows u to drop the meat chunks one by one to your plate

    Good chips too

    And reasonably priced too

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    Chaikhana: Central Asian delights

    by littlebush Written Jun 28, 2014

    This is a chain. I've been in one in Mitino and one on new Arbat

    Both are great with an extensive menu from Central Asia

    The decor is pretty good with a sofa loungey feel

    Prices are reasonable but the portions not huge

    I tried Uzbek sausage and chicken kebab

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    Posh places: Café Pushkin

    by Muscovite Updated Apr 18, 2014

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    The place tries to look like a 19th century mansion which it unfortunately isn’t. The good honorable entrepreneurs had no hesitation about pulling down the real thing, the old building our national bard Alexander Pushkin could have actually visited once. Architects, historians and ordinary Muscovites protested – to no avail. Surely it is much easier to build from the scratch –cheaper, too, than to restore carefully the existing landmark and adapt it for contemporary use. If you read Russian, here is the link to the whole story

    I was there once, on the job. A film director came from London to discuss a new project with a very prominent Russian actor (he is a good one, indeed). It was one of Helen Mirren’s ‘Prime Suspect’ series, and our star was cast as a ‘bad Serb’. Little wonder I haven’t seen it run in Russia.
    This posh restaurant was chosen as the venue for negotiations. There was not much food on the table, I remember pancakes with caviar – sort of upper-class traditional Russian food.
    The interior was decorated as a library in a 19th century country estate, the service – I must do them justice – was pleasant and respectful.

    Consult the site for their current prices and do not forget about tipping – the celebrity left a 500 rubles’ note, at the time when my MONTHLY salary was 4500 rubles that made quite a sensation.

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    Not-so-crowded café in Moscow

    by Muscovite Written Apr 18, 2014

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    Got an errand from someone who is planning a VT meeting in Moscow; checked five cafés – all at the ‘Youth Place’ in Komsomolsky prospect 28, weekday, after-office hours, about 8 p.m.

    That was my first choice, and I must admit an utter lack of judgment! I came in and went directly out – it was not only crowded, it was noisier than any crazy fast-food joint at its best!
    Well, in fact I did spend a couple of minutes there trying to survey the prices:
    Cappuccino – 210 to 240 roubles, carrot cake – 210 roubles; with the inflated rouble it makes about $12. Who can afford going there daily I have no idea.

    No free seats, just like Starbucks, but at least the crowd did not look that smug.

    Quite a few free tables, thanks to its spacious hall; mostly individual guest who mind their own business and their own food.

    Shokoladnitsa (La Belle Chocolatière)
    About a dozen tables altogether, no more than half taken. Friendly personnel – sure, they need some income. Fairly quiet – except haunting music.
    Cappuccino – 210 to 250 roubles
    Tea (it is supposed to be a Russian café chain, and we drink tea here!) – 190 to 270 roubles (tea-pot)

    Papa John’s
    Looks like a perfect place for football fans, I pass.

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    Kitchenette: Kitchenette

    by littlebush Written Jan 2, 2014

    We stopped in this cafe just on a side street just off tverskaya.
    It's got funky vibe, honest staff (the waiter told us not to order certain items as they were rubbish), and a nice place to chill. They do food although we didn't try any

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    I Like Bar: Est. 2012

    by kris-t Updated Dec 5, 2013

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    Nice modern interior, good food, friendly service. Ghampagne bar Nicolas Feuillatte.

    Mon- Th.: 8am-12am; Friday : 8am-6am; St: 12pm-6am; Sun: 12pm-12am

    Favorite Dish: Not cheep but reasonable (for crazy overpriced Moscow)

    Modest Lunch for too - about $35

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    Jagannat: Vegeterian food in city center

    by AnnaHermans Written Aug 5, 2013

    In a new age atmosphere you can have a great choice of vegetarian food. The restaurant is close to the Bolsjoi theater. Most of the food is indian inspired, but they really have a lot to choose. You pick what you want while you walk along with a plate and pay only 8 euro for a big plate ful of food and ginger ale

    Favorite Dish: Ginger ale

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    Schisliva: Schisliva

    by littlebush Written Jun 12, 2013

    We stopped in here, 5 of us on my June13 trip, for lunch.
    Its more of a cafe than a restaurant but is a nice place, service not too bad for moscow and the prices not too bad.
    They do a lot of veggy and organic and vegan food.
    Our bill was around 2500 roubles for 5 with soft drinks.
    I had salmon and spinach pie which was great.

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    Pavilon: Pavilon

    by littlebush Written Jun 12, 2013

    Located about 5mins off Tversakaya, near Pushinskaya, this restaurant is located next to a large pond which is a great setting to chill out.
    Inside it looks very posh with high ceilings and an old fasioned styled decor.
    The music is oldie.
    This is where the good times end.
    The service isnt so great and whilst the food was good, the portions were small and not great value for money.
    Between 5 of us, the bill was 8205 Roubles, but that did include some fish at 2255 roubles, which we didnt realise the price was per 100gram! This didnt include much alcohol either, just a 100ml vodka and 2 beers.
    The setting is lovely - i would recommend it but try to just stick to the cheaper items on the menu of which there are a few.
    I had small pie as a starer and chicken kiev as a main, which was quite bland.

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    Yaporsha: Yaporsha

    by littlebush Written Oct 2, 2012

    Located on a side street off tverskaya down near red square end, opposite themacdonalds side with loads of decent cafes and restaurants, this place has a nice vibe with sushi and Russian menu. Service is good and food is good and fairly well priced. For shashlik and sushi and a beer we paid

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    Il patio: Il patio

    by littlebush Written Sep 29, 2012

    This is a chain and they do sushi, Italian, meat dishes. Very good menu, reasonably priced and most of all staff who actually welcome you ( a rarity in Russia)
    The one in mitino is big and good service.

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    Ver la foto - See the photo: Sin nombre - No name

    by elpariente Written Sep 9, 2012

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    Puedes esperar que hagamos la recomendación de de un restaurante muy exclusivo y sofisticado, pero vamos a recomendar un sitio agradable y muy limpio donde tomamos unos kebabs deliciosos
    Como nos quedábamos en los hoteles de Izmailovo, encontramos esta tienda a mitad de camino entre los hoteles y la estación de Metro.
    Nos llevamos al hotel un pollo y unos kebabs estupendos que comimos en la habitación al final de un día muy largo y y nos parecieron excelentes

    You may expect the recommendation of a sophisticated or exclusive restaurant , but we will recomend a nice and clean place where we had very good kebabs ( The best )
    As we were staying in the Izmailovo hotels, we found this shop in the midway from the Metro to the hotels . We took away from here to the hotel, great chicken and kebabs to have dinner in the room at the end of a very long day and they were excellent

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    Silver's Irish Pub: Beer, meal, bagpipes !

    by kris-t Updated Aug 1, 2012

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    In the heart of Moscow, near by Red sq. on Tverskaya street (1 min by walk) there is the place not many moscow's people know about - Silver's Irish Pub, pub of Rugby team.

    Many teachers and students the next BCS language school know this place.

    Favorite Dish: If you are tired from russian language around - visit this oasis of English culture in Moscow -

    on friday you can hear bagpipers there!

    Open daily 10-00 a.m. - 12.00 a.m.

    Silver's Irish Pub
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    Sodexo Corporate Restaurant: Workplace Dining: Krylatsky Hills

    by gordonilla Written Sep 30, 2011

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    Visiting our Moscow offices, i was able to have lunch on two days at the onsite corporate restaurant.

    The food was good, reasonably priced and the staff friendly and professional.

    there is a coffee bar on the upstairs level, and the coffee is good!

    Favorite Dish: Lunch time catering - so see what takes your fancy!

    Upstairs at lunch time table talker 1 table talker 2 Park Signage

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    Bericony: elegant restaurant

    by jorgejuansanchez Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    In the first floor there is a bar serving tea, coffee and beers, while in the second floor there is an elegant restaurant a little bit expensive but good Russian food.
    It is very conveniently located just in front of the Pushkin Museum, so many foreigners go there.

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