The poetic elegance of Russian cuisine in the atmosphere of mystery The poetic elegance of Russian cuisine in the atmosphere of mystery
Being mortally wounded, the great poet asked for cloudberries, wanting once again to try the taste close to Russian's heart. Ritzy curtsey towards his memory was made by the craeators of Tre Bicchieri wine room and champagne bar Big Wine Freaks.
The atmosphere of the restaurant is pierced with tranquility and inner harmony – a significant contribution to it is made by Scandinavian minimalism, however, not lacking in the charm of the Audrey Hepburn’s era. It would be easy to thing of her with a volume of Pushkin's poetry, enjoying a glass of Alsatian or Loirish in view of recommendations to the dishes given by the sommelier, Julia Khaibullina.
Using a classic Pushkin's iamb the authors of the restaurant's menu in an easy state of mind divided it into chapters. "I'll start my rede…" leads to dainty appetizers, and in the main plot of the poem the guests’ eyes fix on the eel with asparagus and grechoto with cuttlefish ink.
A special place is held with the desserts, so beloved by the great poet. Chef Roman Palkin tried to create dishes that will become a memorable final chord of the meal.
The great poet willed from his pages: "Blessed is the one who left the holiday of life early without draining a full glass of wine to the bottom." The restaurant "Moroshka for Pushkin" is an ideal place for those who want to enjoy life to its fullest extent.
- Address: Saint Petersburg, naberezhnaya reki Moiki, 3A
- Phone Number: +7 (921) 947-25-00
- Site: www.moroshkaforpushkin.ru
Monday - Friday: 13:00 - 23:00
Saturday - Sunday: Free