Restaurant located in ‘World Trade Center’
Palak Panir — 750 rub.
Aloo gobi — 570 rub.
Prawn Korma — 1,350 rub.
Sikandari Raan — 1,550 rub.
Saag Gosht — 990 rub.
Chicken Tikka Masala — 990 rub.
‘Indian’ salad — 150 rub.
Gulab Jamun — 200 rub.
Grilled chicken liver and rucola salad — 450 rub.
Spanish seafood soup — 540 rub.
Minestrone — 390 rub.
Tiramisu — 400 rub.
‘Fusion Plaza’ chocolate — 100 rub.
Beef Stroganoff with rice and parsley — 800 rub.
‘Tandoori’ chicken fillet — 750 rub.
‘Bolognese’ spaghetti — 790 rub.
Mushrooms and spinach lasagna — 720 rub.
‘Fusion Plaza’ design was developed by English architect Patrick Smith and combined traditional English style with European ‘hi-tech’ with some touches of Oriental traditions.
Cuisine embraces both European dishes cooked with exotic herbs and spices from different parts of the world, and popular authentic Indian dishes.
On workdays, from 12 p.m. till 6 p .m. we have an open buffet for you. Number of approaches is unlimited.
In the evenings, enjoy your dinner to the R&B, soul, and hip-hop music performed by Russian and international DJs. We also hold parties, concerts and other entertaining performances.
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