Stylish city dj-café with authentic Indian cuisine
Salad Raita. Vegetable salad served with mint&yogurt dressing — 220 rub.
Dal soup. Traditional lentils soup — 190 rub.
Dal makni. Black lentils with spices — 250 rub.
Shahi Paneer. Cheese served with nut&tomato sauce — 250 rub.
Malai Kofta. Cheese&potato balls served with cream sauce — 260 rub.
Muton keema matter. Lamb in the pot with spice sauce — 360 rub.
Goa peasant chicken — 450 rub.
Basmati — 150 rub.
Masala chai. Tea with milk and spices — 220 rub.
In the daytime, ‘Studio Basmati’ is a place where you can have a business meeting or enjoy affordable lunch with your laptop on your knees surfing the Internet.
In the evening, however, its DJs serve their aesthetic ‘musical dishes’ so you can have some fun by the bar counter.
Chef Shekhzad Akhmed is a world class culinary master born in Punjab. His traditional Indian dishes became the café’s special feature.
They have a European menu for those sticking more to classic food.
Russian for 'People Like People' hides a cosy cafe with cheap and tasty food
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