‘Gastronomica’ holding company restaurant serving Russian, Old French and Jewish dishes
Olivier salad with king shrimps — 690 rub.
‘Kremlevskaya №2’ oysters — 250 rub.
Old Russian ‘Vorschmack’ with herring — 360 rub.
Pike cutlets — 420 rub.
French seafood soup — 590 rub.
‘Confit’ duck leg — 690 rub.
Pumpkin and nut sauce gratin — 230 rub.
Crème brûlée with nuts — 290 rub.
Creman champagne — 2,900 rub.
Martini Brut wine — 3,100 rub.
Business lunch — 370-670 rub.
The restaurant was named after Lucien Olivier, a well-known Moscow restaurateur, creator of the All-Russia famous salade Olivier. The restaurant offers a wide choice of variations of this salad.
It has a hall perfect for corporate and New Year parties. Banquets can be held in the Main hall for 75 persons or in the Small hall located on the second floor for 35 persons.
Samovar tea ceremonies, Russian feasts, service a la Russ, dainty dishes and everything that is related to high class cuisine, make this restaurant special.
Gorgeous interior reproduces Moscow restaurants of the beginning of the XX century.
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