Here is our usual list of places that have recently opened in Moscow. This time, we present you two new restaurants, an online shop and the biggest aquarium in Europe, which have appeared in the city in early August.
Silver Panda café with Asian cuisine has opened at the Red October at Bersenevsky lane. The place has reasonable prices and tasty food. The place offers different types of dumplings: with chicken, beef and pork, mushrooms, potatoes, cheese and cherries (100 rubles - €1.44), salads (50 rubles - €0.72), soups (60 rubles - €0.87), wok rice with chicken (100 rubles - €1.44) or seafood (120 rubles - €1.73), and Chinese noodles with chicken (200 rubles - €2.89) or seafood (220 rubles - €3.18).
The restaurant also serves breakfasts: oat, buckwheat or rice porridge for 50 rubles (€0.72), omelet with chicken for 70 rubles (€1.01), vegetables for 60 rubles (€0.87) and homemade yogurt for 50 rubles (€0.72).
You can order fruit drinks (60 rubles - €0.87), kvass (40 rubles - €0.58), beer (60 rubles - €0.87) and coffee (60-80 rubles, €0.87 - €1.16) as a drink.
The restaurant also plans to arrange delivery. Presently it is only available when ordering a week before the desired date.
+7 925 537 32 27
Bersenvsky lane 2, build. 1
LAMBADA MARKET ONLINE SHOP
Lambada-Market Facebook page
Lambada-Market, the regular fair of clothing, jewelry, interior objects and other stuff created by young designers and entrepreneurs, has opened an online shop. So far, it works in test mode.
The online shop offers the same assortment as the markets themselves, but here you can buy them without queues and in any weather conditions. The shop presents vintage and works of young designers, handmade items, shoes, accessories, antique furniture and limited industrial design items. In addition to permanent residents, anyone can become a seller— it will take just 15 minutes to create your brand’s page at the Lambada-Market website.
Center for Oceanography and Marine Biology Moskvarium has opened at VDNKh. It is the largest oceanographic complex in Europe, which includes aquarium, dolphinarium and pinnipeds theatre, as well as the Maritime Nature Museum and special pools with dolphins.
The aquarium’s total area is 53 thousand square meters, and the capacity of the reservoir is 38 million liters. The exhibition includes 80 aquariums and 8 thousand marine and freshwater animals and fish from all over the world — lake Baikal, Icelandic fjords, Great Barrier Reef, Indian Ocean, and so on. However, the main inhabitants of the Oceanography Centre are three orcas that will perform in a water show
Moskvarium has an interactive children’s area, large auditorium, three-dimensional projections show, 5D-effects and performances of killer whales, Beluga whales, dolphins and pinnipeds. There will be held seminars and documentaries screenings.
Admission on weekends costs 1000 rubles (€14.44) for adults and 600 rubles (€8.66) for children. On weekdays, the price depends on the visit time — from 600 to 800 rubles (€8.66 -€11.55) per adult ticket and 400-500 rubles (€5.78 -€7.22) for children (under 120 cm).
Kalimera Facebook page
Kalimera is a new restaurant with tasty Greek cuisine. The menu includes pita with different fillings, soups, salads, Greek coffee and Greek yogurt. Everything is very delicious. Pita can be made to your taste with lamb chops, mint keftedes, marinated kotopulo chicken or slices of kreas beef. You can add a sauce – Hummus, Tzatziki or Cafetero (a mixture of feta, baked sweet pepper and hot chili). Then everything is fried and pack into a pita with tomatoes and red onion. The dish costs 250 rubles (€3.61).
There are two soups in the menu – kotosupa with meatballs of chicken and lentil soup (both cost 120 rubles -€1.73). Salads are presented by Horiatiki with Greek feta cheese, kalamata olives and good tomatos (250 rubles - €3.61) Lohano – cabbage salad dressed with mustard and yogurt (150 rubles - €2.17) and Corfu with arugula, apple, feta and walnuts (150 rubles - €2.17). Here you can also buy fresh or frozen yogurt with two out of four toppings: cherry jam, chocolate chips, honey and walnut for 160 rubles (€2.31). Greek coffee costs 90 rubles (€1.30).
+7 965 329 26 69
Myasnitskaya Street, 16