Gastronomic pub with Asian cuisine
Average bill: 1,500 rub.
‘Roni’ reproduced the scenario of first British gastronomic pubs: well-known chef Glen Ballis who’d never cooked dishes cheaper than a couple of hundred dollars, suddenly opens a café to feed its clients for as low as 50 dollars.
It’s not only about saving. It’s about his want to keep within the budget that stimulates his imagination to create new tasty and at the same time affordable dishes.
The restaurant’s… Pardon me, pub’s menu is represented with mostly Asian dishes. The rare for Moscow Japanese three-level grill (there are just three of them in the city) allows the chefs to cook different kinds of products at different temperatures.
In ‘Roni’, customers can not only observe the way their food is made but to also take part in cooking by choosing ingredients and sauces, which recipes have been brought from all over the world. The pub has a vast selection of cocktails, draught beer, background music and WiFi.
Designer Arkady Novikov participated in creating the pub’s loft décor which makes its ambience comfortable and home-like. Each element in the pub has travelled a long way to perfectly fit into the interior.
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