A hotel in a 19th-century mansion that, within a few years, brought together under one roof a restaurant and a bar, an art space and a gallery, a veranda with a garden, and a concert venue that often hosts major events (from the Beat Film Festival to Moscow Music Week). The space is named after the founder of scientific architectural restoration in Russia, Fedor Richter, who, according to legend, worked on the building's design. The current establishment's creator, Anastasia Yefimova, preserved the atmosphere of an old mansion in the interiors and added modern details, resulting in a spacious area with molded ceilings and massive wooden doors but with minimalist decor in light colors.
The restaurant at Richter is run by Ivan Dubkov, who has made a name for himself as a vegetarian chef, so most of the items on the menu are meat-free. Selected dishes include handmade pasta, salads with tahini and ricotta and baked plums, stracciatella, Thai curry, and chocolate cake. The restaurant serves breakfast every day, from 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.: you can choose a hot meal option or a buffet featuring sparkling wine. In the evenings, the space serves as a bar featuring a large wine list and a variety of signature cocktails.
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