This food court occupies a former Soviet industrial facility. Gastroferma has become the first market of this kind in Basmanny District: a six-story building has been turned into a two-story gastro market with a food court. In the future, the founders want to allocate the remaining four floors to yoga and dance studios, a barbershop, and a concert hall, which will turn Gastroferma into a proper cultural center.
Unlike many other modern markets in Moscow where ethnic cuisine is combined with restaurants serving original dishes, Gastroferma focuses on national recipes. The space includes around 30 restaurants where you can try a variety of cuisines from all over the world: Vietnamese — at Ngon, Japanese dishes made with fresh fish — at Genso Sushi, classic American burgers and steaks — at Meet Meat. You can also buy lots of fresh products at the food market: fruits and vegetables, herbs, artisan cheese, craft chocolate, and handmade confectionery.
Another special feature of Gastroferma is a regular events program. On Thursdays, guest musicians perform jazz improvisations right at the food court, and on most weekends, the venue hosts culinary workshops for families.
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