Café serving authentic Russian dishes in Ostankino Park
Samovar ‘Russkaya traditsiya’(translated as ‘Russian tradition’), 1.5 l — 350 rub.
‘Starorussky’ salad (translated as ‘Old Russian’)— 280 rub.
Borsch with Ukrainian dumplings — 180 rub.
Peasant potatoes — 130 rub.
‘Russky chay’ is a café-tea house located in Ostankino Village, a large village in the Moscow Region closely connected to Russian history and culture. It is situated in historical Ostankino Park which is one of the areas guarded by Moscow government.
Near the café, there is an amusement park, children’s playground and concert platform.
After your nourishing meal with some wine and maybe vodka, you can relax on a comfortable sofa, smoke a hookah, enjoying the light coming from the fireplace and a wonderful view of pond surrounded by centuries-old trees.
Besides, they offer to experience traditional Russian tea drinking with the Russian samovar and nosy tea of over 30 sorts to choose from, homemade crisp bread rings, honey and jam.