You will find this enormous food court, designed by the legendary restaurateur Alexander Rappoport, on the grounds of the Zaryadye Park. This concept has brought Russia's eight symbolic gastronomical regions together under one roof. Each section offers its own products and specialty dishes: Russian sparkling wines and fresh oysters, fish and seafood, meat, poultry, pies, soups, as well as desserts and sweet pastries. The wine menu is mostly Russian-sourced.
That said, some items on the menu are not directly associated with Russian cuisine; they include: tuna poke with avocado, edamame and chūka, langoustine sashimi in ponzu sauce, Thai chicken fillet curry, and others. Each dish costs 300 rubles.
You can find a seat at a table or at a bar counter. The open kitchen is visible from every part of the food court. Parking is free if booked in advance.
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