Voronezh is Alexander Rappoport's famous meat-themed restaurant in Prechistenka Street, housed in a late 18th century manor. It has three sections, each with its own theme and menu.
The the ground floor is a snack bar that makes burgers, sausages, and the special trademark pastrami sandwich. There is also a butcher shop with a large assortment of beef cuts and semi-finished meat products that you can take home.
Upstairs, you will find the Voronezh restaurant, celebrating the cuisine of different Russian provinces. The options on the menu are incredibly varied, from meat dishes (there's over 30 kinds of steaks, ribs, venison, rabbit) to traditional soups and seafood dishes (five types of oysters, sea urchins, shrimp, and crabs). A breakfast menu is available on weekdays before lunch. The interior has festive vibes: classical crystal chandeliers hang side by side with replicas of artwork by famous Russian painters.
Above the restaurant, is the high-brow Meat Club that serves haute cuisine: ceviche, tartare, crayfish tails, pheasant cutlets, and lamb tongues carpaccio.
During the warm season, there is a panoramic veranda open on the roof, with a view over Gogolevsky Boulevard and the Cathedral of Christ the Savior.
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