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Severyane (Northerners)

Oven-cooked food, courtesy of Ilya Tyutenkov




2500 — 3500

This milestone project by Ilya Tyutenkov, a top Moscow restaurateur also known for Ugolyok, Pinch, and Gorynich, plays homage to Russian avant-garde art and traditional culture. The restaurant's interior design is dominated by darker shades with vibrant accents: black and red massive wooden tables and chairs, windows with wooden shutters that look like mica, and a chandelier under the ceiling, adorned with hundreds of imitation candles. The waiters' uniform, just as the colorful ceramic tableware, has been inspired by suprematist art. Whether you want to escape from the winter cold and savor a nice warm dinner, or enjoy a summer evening breeze beside an open window, this is just the spot.

Severyane has remained highly popular among the locals since 2016. The menu is the work of Georgy Troyan, one of Moscow's youngest and most successful chefs. The breakfasts here, served from 9 a.m. to 4 p. m., are particularly popular.The main courses are grilled or cooked in traditional Russian ovens; you should definitely try them first. You won't be able to get in here over the weekends without booking in advance; and even on weekdays, we recommend a reservation.

Ask the concierge for a reservation If you are staying at the hotel.

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