Automobile café under the Autoville Museum
Cod liver with pikeperch and Rugel tomatoes — 550 rub.
Assorted cheese — 950 rub.
Patty with duck filling — 70 rub.
Meat solyanka — 250 rub.
Halibut fillet stewed in white wine, served with green asparagus and saffron sauce — 980 rub.
Brisket of pork with wine champignons and baked in Feta cheese peppers — 1,100 rub.
In ‘Old Moscow’ menu, you will find traditional homemade dishes and ‘New Moscow’ menu consists of modern interpretations by chef Maxim Tarusiev.
The restaurant’s special feature is a table for two, inserted into the body of an old Moskvich.
Large pictures of the Moscow of the 50s hanging on the walls, contribute to the atmosphere of an auto café.
On Friday and Saturday evenings, a pianist plays the white retro piano.
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Piano-bar and homemade food restaurant in an old Moscow apartment