Restaurants in Russia

Russian has just started blooming vividly on the restaurant scene. Besides many wonderful places with an authentic atmosphere that offer the best traditional Russian dishes, in recent year the country is stepping up on its international game and today you can explore and enjoy many great food places that are mixing the Russian staples with international inspiration and result into an exciting fusion cuisine.

When it comes to interiors and atmosphere, Russia can offer them all. After all, with so much beautiful land stretched throughout Europe and Asia, it is safe to say that Russia is offering an impressive diversity of products, receipts and inspiration. Adding to this the international chefs and local ones with innovative ideas, Russian restaurant scene is at its best and most creative, that is for sure! Do not miss to browse our page and explore the hottest places for wining and dining in Russia!

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White Rabbit Restaurant

Located under a glass dome on the 16th floor of Smolenskiy Passage, White Rabbit is the first joint project of restaurateur Boris Zarkov and chef Vladimir Mukhin. Beautiful, modern and daring in its own way. Here for the first time Russian cuisine sounds in unison with the latest culinary trends and Russian products rise to a height of recognized delicacies. Want borsch soup? Try ours, with fried crucians, baked beans and turnip crisps. Do you know how delicious can veal tongue be?



Café Pushkin

Café Pushkin is one of Moscow’s legends. The restaurant opened on June 4, 1999 – although many people are sure it has always been there. In the 1780s, a St. Petersburg nobleman in the service of Empress Catherine the Great retired from the Royal Household and moved to Moscow. There he decided to build a house and invited architects from Italy. Well-versed in Russian taste and with a keenly honed feeling for Muscovite architectural style, the Italians built a baronial Baroque mansion a la russe.