We heart Moscow has prepared for you a list of new places – restaurants, cafés and stores that had opened in Moscow in late May.
Erwin Facebook page
Restaurateur Alexander Zaturinskiy (Hills, Bad Boy Bar) opened Erwin in Hotel Ukraine at Kutuzovsky Prospect. The place turned out to be large, very elegant, classic restaurant with delicious unbanal cuisine. Incredibly talented Andrew Korobyak became the chef cook. He calls the cuisine’s style the new academic. The main dishes on the menu are beef Rossini (980 rubles - €14.15), with morel sauce, black summer truffle, artichoke chips and mashed garlic, lightly smoked Baltic salmon (570 rubles - €8.23), cooked at 56 degrees, then soaked overnight in cold almost to the consistency of a jelly and served in smoke and the third is potato salad (590 rubles - €8.52), showing all possible states and all the best sides of potatoes. In addition, you can try a great bread pudding (450 rubles - €6.50) that is disarmingly delicious.
+7 495 785 02 22
Kutuzovsky ave., 2/1, p. 6
Sparkling Dog Facebook page
Sparkling Dog, a nice place that has opened at the Flakon Design Factory , servs only hot dogs and champagne. The place’s founders assembled the format of sparkling wine and junk food in Barcelona (cava and tapas), the US (champagne and burgers) and London (actually, champagne and hot dogs). Therefore, here you will find many types of sparkling wine – from the Russian Abrau for 150 rubles (€2.17) to reall champagne for 6700 rubles (€96.75) per bottle. The place serves five types of hotdogs: Danish for 150 rubles (€2.17) – a classic sausage in bun with mayonnaise sauce, mustard, ketchup and crispy fried onions; Chicago – a loaf of bread and cover with fresh sausage and pickled cucumbers, onions and three sauces; New York – with sauerkraut, onion and tomato marinade and pickled peppers. Sparkling Dog’s own invention is an oriental hot dog with homemade ginger mayonnaise, kimchi, a handful of lettuce and cucumber salad. You can also order a vegetarian hotdog – the most expensive one (350 rubles - €5.05) with sausages made from wheat and smoked cheese.
+7 985 747 34 77
Bolshaya Novodmitrovskaya St. 36/1, Flakon Design Factory
Keanu Facebook page
You should come to Keanu not for food but for drinks: mixologist Archil Nergadze, who has previously worked in Klava and Belka, invented for Keanu a dozen special cocktails. For example, you can taste Keanu (galangal root, red currant, rum, sake on goji berries and barberry), Spicy Island (vodka infused with ginseng and white flowers on a martini nutmeg), Sweety (guanabana, gin stood on grapefruit, Prosecco) or Roller Monk (Korean soju vodka with gin and orange bitters).
+7 495 228 18 84
Malaya Bronnaya st., 28
Mitzva Bar Facebook page
The place serves Ashkenazi, Sephardi, Israeli and even Indian cuisine with Jewish color. Here you can taste falafel with fennel and hatsilim with home lecho (380 rubles - €5.49), gefilte-fish with beet horseradish and egg pasta (420 rubles - €6.06), chicken giblets in crispy paper with rosehip sauce and Amba mousse (340 rubles - €4.91) or pargit from chicken feet (550 rubles - €7.94). One of the best things in the menu is Black cod, smoked on apple sawdust (980 rubles - €14.15). The other absolute masterpiece is a treacle rye tart (360 rubles - €5.20).
+7 495 532 42 24
Pjatnitskaya St.,3/4, build. 1
WAKE UP CAFE
Wake Up Café has just recently opened at Timura Frunze Street, 20. It is a small coffee shop in a ‘next door’ format. here you can order different types of Raf for 250-300 rubles ( €3.61– €4.33), and alternative ways of brewing (like kemeks for 200 rubles - €2.89) or several types of latte (drunk cherry for 300 rubles - €4.33 or latte with rosemary for 250 rubles - €3.61). The quality of coffee is really good. Grain comes only from Brazil, but soon there will be other regions. Sandwiches and pastries are offered to take with coffee.
Timura Frunze St., 20
Sakharok Facebook page
A wonderful jewelry shop with rings for the first phalanx, pebbles on thin chains and other almost imperceptible attributes of femininity, opens an online version. It sells qualitative, simple, noble and low-key jewelry. Here you will find production of different brands – Russian Himére, unnamed Americans and Hong-Kongers, Natalia Bryantseva, Maya Kotelnitskaya, Vache – totally about a. Items from silver, gold, brass, only natural stones for a maximum of 12 000 rubles (€173.28) wait for you in a full-fledged online store.
+7 926 991 10 51
Bolshaya Nikitskaya St., 35, 1,