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A gastrobar in Solyanka Street where you can come party!




1500 — 2500

This gastrobar's vibrant sign, decorating the facade of a building in Kitay-Gorod, is impossible to miss. The vibe here makes you think of a Western European club in the 70s; the highlights of Bambule's interior design include artificially aged plater-coated walls and murky mirrors, as well as vintage furniture and antique lamps.

Bambule has two levels. The ground floor is taken up by a vast bar zone. The staircase at the back will take you to the basement, which is more cozy and intimate. The four-meter ceiling on this level compensates for the lack of windows. The table layout is completely random, and you can have lunch or dinner here in peace.

Chef Artyom Mukhin puts special emphasis on seasonal products, excellent quality, and simple but memorable taste. The menu is updated regularly.

The wine menu has two dozen items, some of which are also used for cocktails. The choice of hard liquors is impressive as well: you can order whiskey, port, sherry, gin, vermouth, mescal, or absinthe. There is music playing at the bar every day; plus, Bambule hosts weekend dance parties with a DJ.

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