Restaurant located between Patriarshiye Ponds and Moscow Zoo
Fresh vegetable salad — 250 rub.
‘Walldorf’ salad — 270 rub.
Warm ‘Barracuda’ salad — 500 rub.
Proprietary ‘Barracuda’ soup — 400 rub.
‘Bob-levesh’ Hungarian spicy soup — 300 rub.
Boiled ‘Basmati’ rice — 160 rub.
Potatoes baked in foil — 180 rub.
Calves’ tenderloin medallions — 1,050 rub.
Chicken tabaka — 450 rub.
‘TeleCuppies’ ice cream — 250 rub.
The restaurant serves Mediterranean cuisine. Its special feature is that clients can choose not only the fish and meat they want their dishes to be cooked of, but also the way they want them to be cooked, fried, grilled, baked in foil, sea salt or parchment.
‘Barrakuda’ features three halls: a fireplace hall, Provence style hall and VIP room.
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