Taste Azerbaijan cuisine on Petrovka Street
Average bill: 2,000 rub.
Lamb shish kabob — 550 rub.
Salad with Baku tomatoes and red onion — 450 rub.
Meat qutabs — 300 rub.
‘Barashka’ restaurant is a Baku backyard which suddenly turned into a fashionable European-style patio preserving its traditional character.
A combination of modern European interior, serving and traditional Azerbaijan cuisine is unusual and at the same time quite logical.
For Moscow residents unwonted to real Middle Asian food, Baku cooks make their dishes very ingeniously. How do they manage to please these local stomachs preserving the peculiarities of national cuisine? Let it remain their trade secret.
A large bar, decorated with sweets and seasonal fruits on the trays; soft light, wooden walls, sofas with woolen pillows made of kilims; quinces and pomegranates in bowls, niches, in every possible place where one can put them; a wall of jars with pickled lemons, and pepper tubs on the windowsills.
A spiral staircase leads to the second floor giving a possibility for the clients to enjoy the amazing lemon wall. But these are photos which are the main decoration of the upper room — over a cup of traditional complimentary thyme tea they bring up imaginary stories about people in them.
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Modern. Stylish. Refined.