The tiny Ciderella bar sits at the top of Moscow's busiest pedestrian street: Nikolskaya Street, which leads to the GUM department store and Red Square. As is suggested by the name, the centerpiece of the menu is cider. Available to the public are more than 150 varieties coming from all over the world, including Spain, France, England, Belgium, and Germany. Some of the elite varieties of this low-alcohol drink cost up to several thousand rubles. Besides, Ciderella serves beer craft-brewed beer, wine, and spirits.
The main offerings on the menu are appetizers, such as tapas or light salads. Cider is also used to cook dishes, for example, salmon risotto with Parmesan cheese and rosemary.
In summer, you can enjoy your meal at a small veranda overlooking Nikolskaya Street.
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