Restaurant serving authentic South Italian dishes by chef Massimiliano Atzori
Sheep’s leg served with vegetables and porcinis — 2,500 rub.
‘Scorfano’ baked rock fish, 100 g — 550 rub.
Black tagliatelle with shrimps and asparagus — 900 rub.
Tagliolini with vongole, bottarga and zucchini — 1,150 rub.
Orecchiette a la ‘Brenze’ with anchovies — 600 rub.
Moscardini in tomato sauce with spinach cream — 850 rub.
Warm calamari salad — 890 rub.
‘Brodetto di Pesce’ specialty — 3,500 rub.
Pastel and brown sandy shades dominate the interior of the restaurant. On the walls, there are photographs of Italia the way the owners of Giovedi Café see it.
It is made out in an Italian baroque: a fireplace, marble, flowery decorations.
The menu mostly consists of homemade South Italian dishes, from Rome to Bari, as well as Sicilia and Sardinia.
The chef of the restaurant was born in Sardinia and all dishes he makes are unique and authentic. Some of the dishes are cooked in the wood burning stove.
Karlsson’s favorite dish is jam but the restaurant has a lot more tasty things to offer
The first in Moscow to receive a certificate by Italian Féderation of Pizzaiolo
Ranked in world top 10 bars by ‘Bartender’s Guide 2008’
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