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Moscow restaurant guide

Restaurant: Pavilion

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Address: 7 Bolshoy Patriarshiy pereulok, building 1
Metro: Mayakovskaya
Phone: 203 5110

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Average cost:
Cuisine: Russian
Services:


Fine view and mysteriousness of the Patriarshy ponds.

The establishments history is rich and interesting: in Soviet times this building used to serve as skates rental place, later many people tried to open a restaurant. This time it was a successful accomplishment because the restaurant is truly amazing. If you get a table by the window, you can enjoy the spectacular view of Patriarshy ponds and the parkland beyond or you could always hide in a private corner on the second floor. Posh and stylish interior comes in giant needle looking chandeliers, high ceiling, soft sofas and reproductions with models from fancy magazines, though not an original touch but tribute to fashion. The menu offers tagliatteli with mushrooms or fresh Dorado for actually reasonable Moscow prices. Well-arranged wine list with choices of New World wines pleases the wallet and the soul. Bohemia, famous Russian actors and known party animals, they all love the Bulgakovsky district.

Bill: $$$$

Service: *****



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