Piano-bar and family restaurant in an old Moscow apartment in Yakimanka District
Salmon mouse served with toasts — 180 rub.
Salmon with herbs and Philadelphia cheese — 250 rub.
Ciabatta — 290 rub.
Bruschetta — 250 rub.
Fried suluguni served with cowberry sauce — 190 rub.
Borsch with herbs served with sour cream — 190 rub.
Chicken Parmantier baked pudding — 340 rub.
Salmon farfalle — 310 rub.
Spiced potato pieces — 120 rub.
Rice served with carrots, paprika and onion — 90 rub.
Orange and chocolate cheesecake — 190 rub.
Chocolate muffin served with ice cream — 180 rub.
‘Kvartira 44’ (or ‘Apartment 44’ if translated into English) on Malaya Yakimanka Street is a two-storeyed restaurant launched by sisters Karelskaya. Its interior is that of a pre-revolution sitting room. Some furniture was found in antique shop and dachas, the rest is custom made.
Its cuisine is ‘exclusive homemade European’. Menu includes dishes for children.
Clients of the restaurant are entertained by live music — a piano resides in ‘Kvartira’ not for nothing.