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Moscow restaurants listing (Russian restaurants)

At Shveik Barrikadnaya Barrikadnaya str., 2 252 1107
Restaurant/club featuring Czech cuisine. Czech and German beer. Meals range in cost from $6-36. Noon midnight.
At Svejk’s Okhotny Ryad 1 Manezhnaya Square 737 8517
Standard Czech cuisine with the atmosphere of a cozy restaurant in Prague. Rezano Beer (light and dark in one glass) is a house specialty, and isnt found in any other restaurants in Moscow. Recommended: the traditional Drschtkova (soup in a bread bowl), or Pechene Koleno (roast pork leg). 11am midnight.
Ludvig Shchukinskaya 3/1 Marshala Vasilevskogo St. 942 4101
European, German, Russian and Czech cuisine. Business lunch. Vegetarian menu. Reasonable cost. 11am last customer.
Schwarzwald Kuznetsky Most 14 Petrovka St. 200 3595
Traditional German-Czech menu and a relaxed, informal ambiance. Wide selection of beers. Noon-last guest.
Vremya Yest Belorusskaya 1/2 Lesnaya 251 6873
European fare with German and Czech emphases. Beer on tap. Favorite spot for after-parties. Noon-5am.







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