Asian motives in Moscow downtown
Bamboobar’s design combines modern minimalism and traditional Asian motives. Fine wood, glass and natural stone create its refined fashion.
Here, you can find artifacts brought from China, old Indian entrance doors, five-meter tall bamboo and an ancient bronze cup turned into a white wine and champagne cooler.
The word ‘bar’ in the name was used for a good reason: the restaurant has a twelve-meter long bar counter.
Bamboobar’s Pan-Asian cuisine is a mix of dishes from several countries in the Far East.
Even most finicky gourmet will be pleasantly surprised with couleur locale rejoicing in unusual combination of exotic products transformed into finely presented high quality dishes.
On the menu, you will find Japanese sushi and rolls, salads, soups, and dishes cooked on teppan; Chinese dishes cooked in wok and steamer and all kinds of dim sum. And there is more to try! Dishes of Vietnamese, Tai and Malay origin are also on the menu.
French, Italian, Armenian, Georgian, Ukrainian dishes. So different and united by… garlic
Uilliam Lamberti’s own restaurant
Piano-bar and homemade food restaurant in an old Moscow apartment
Enjoy Gogol’s potato to Garik Sukachev’s music
Delicious Georgian dishes made according to mummies and and grannies’ recipes
Spacious and elegant Balkon is a venue for catering shows
In Georgian, ‘jonjoli’ means ‘marinated flower buds’