Dining in Moscow doesn't have to be drab. At least not at these ultra-fun restaurants. Experience the eclectic styles of New York and London when you dine at Nooning Bar and Restaurant. The minimalist approach is for diners who really understand what avant garde is all about. The place has two zones. The lower one is for banquet rooms with karaoke. And the upper one is for the restaurant, bar, and VIP lounge. The two levels are connected by a suspended music stage and a giant movie screen. Another interesting experience awaits when you dine at Vertinsky. The restaurant is known for its unique combination of Chinese cuisine and Russian culture. The interior evokes the atmosphere of the classical decadence of Shanghai in the beginning of the 20th century with its opium rooms, rickshaws and luxuriously furniture. A meal at Tsarskaya Okhota is also recommended. The name of this two-story restaurant means 'tsar's hunting', and the restaurant's interior is decorated like a hunting tent with an imitation watermill and wooden bridges inside. The restaurant specializes in traditional Russian cuisine. From avant garde, to a taste of Shanghai, to a hunting adventure with the tsar, dining in Moscow will leave you speechless.
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Ostojenka str. 3/14
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