More than just get drunk
Bacardi cocktail — 190 rub.
Vodka martini — 190 rub.
Gluntwein — 160 rub.
Light salted salmon with toasts and mix salad — 320 rub.
Olivier salad with veal tongue — 270 rub.
Hamburg herring salad — 270 rub.
Vegetables and Mozzarella baked en papillote — 270 rub.
Chicken nachos — 320 rub.
Ukrainian borsch with beans — 180 rub.
‘Cappuccino-cream’ soup with nut toasts — 180 rub.
Baked trout served with sorrel sauce — 450 rub.
Scottish salmon stewed in white wine and served on a pillow of vegetables — 430 rub.
Pork steak served with Duchesse potatoes — 410 rub.
Chicken tabaka — 380 rub.
Fried asparagus with garlic and basil — 170 rub.
‘Help that is more than just a bar’ was launched by Dmitry Sokolov and Maxim Lesovik who decided to introduce centuries-old traditions of mixing cocktails to citizens of Moscow.
Maxim knew everything about restaurants while Dmitry was the first to become two-time world champion in art of being a bartender — mixing cocktails. Help is a place where they are ready to help you 24 hours a day. Here, you can exchange your money on good mood non-stop.
They do not only drink here, they ‘make a tour of culture and history’.
Its interior is that of American bars of the 30s. On the walls, you will find portraits of the barmen’s movement and diplomas of Dmitry Sokolov.
The owners of this place know all about cocktails, like when, where and who made up this or that drink, etc. For your convenience, they divided the menu in two chapters, from ‘world classics’ to special cocktails curing hangover. Besides, most curious of you can taste cocktails from ‘The Champions League’, winners of cocktail championships of the past; they recommend ‘mega galactic killers’ for the brave and warming mixes for those who get cold.
The cocktail carte includes over a hundred of cocktails to choose from.
The menu, just like the cocktail carte, has combined top favorites of different countries, from Mexican bean soup to Bavarian sausages, from spaghetti Bolognese to plaice baked with white wine.