The restaurant project Ginza Project not only operates in Moscow and St. Petersburg, but also in Baku, London and New York. It is designed both for those who are nostalgic for Russian cuisine, and for those who are interested in what Russian hospitality is. Guests are welcomed here by the charming hostess Anna and her pets: Venya the cat, Petya the fish and Pavlik the canary. The halls are styled as an old apartment: parquet laid in a herringbone pattern on the floor, colorful wallpaper and framed photographs on the walls, lace napkins and tablecloths on the tables, lamps in lampshades with obligatory fringe under the ceiling. The most honored guests (they are called residents here) have special keys to the doors of the restaurant.
The menu includes Russian cuisine. Cheesecakes and scrambled eggs are prepared for breakfast, rich borscht in an old tureen and potatoes sizzling in a frying pan are brought to dinner, and in the evenings homemade tinctures flow like a river, which are suitable for herring, Russian salad, and aspic, and toasts from Borodinsky bread with salmon.
Photo: Mari Vanna
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