Since the good old times Russians have always been fond of eating a lot. At respectable dinner parties or simply in home Russians have always tried to dazzle their guests with wide offer of hors d'oeuvres, main courses and traditional Russian delicacies.
The musical club - restaurant on Petrovka street, The News Pub, has been opened in September, 2001. Since then the pub has a circle of the habitues gathering here to dance, listening to the good music ordering something from dishes of local cuisine in the evening.
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Coming here, everyone knows, what expects them: the schedule of the concerts is known beforehand, the service is always up to standard, and the cuisine meets the highest requirements.
Today the offer of places for business-lunch or dinner is so wide, that one may easily find a restaurant adequate to any specific taste and any eating habit. The most prestigious places for business-lunch are there in the restaurants of central hotels. The world-famous "Maxim's" has recently opened a restaurant in the "National" Hotel on Mokhovaya street. Located in front of Bolshoi Theatre, "Metropol" Hotel invites you to taste the finest meals of Russian cuisine and enjoy nice dinner in the attractive interior of "Boyarsky" restaurant.
The restaurant in the "Night Flight" Club is mostly popular with the foreigners living and working in Moscow. The restaurant opens at midday and welcomes guests up to early morning. There is one more restaurant, which is also popular with the foreigners in Moscow, this is "Scandinavia" offering the best meals of traditional North-European cuisine.
The finest meals of Russian and European cuisine are served in numerous small restaurants listed on our pages.We recommend you to taste the meals of traditional Russian cuisine, these are "Borsch" and "Solyanka" soups; meat stewed in ceramic pots with fresh cream and raisins, delicious chicken wings, what not.
Nearly all of the most popular exotic meals are represented in Moscow, including the meals of Chinese, Italian, Japanese and Mexican cuisine. The names of some restaurants may give precise explanations about cuisine represented there: "Fuji", "Azteca", "Golden Dragon", etc.