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Moscow restaurants listing (Russian restaurants)

Foodrow (Sytnyi Ryad) Vykhino 47 Lenina St. 508 8435/36
Reservations required. Restaurant with discotheque and striptease shows. Open 24 hours.
Iris Prazhskaya 6, 1st Dorozhnyi Proezd 744 0612, 315 5888
Reservations required. Discotheque and striptease shows. Open 24 hours.
Korchma Novokuznetskaya Novokuznetskaya metro (just across Pyatnitsaya street, to the right), close to Tretyakov gallery.
Ukrainian chain restaurant. Large, harty portions. Dinner for about $15-20.
Shinok Ulitsa 1905 Goda 2a 1905 Goda 255 0204, 255 0888
Reputedly the finest Ukranian chef in town. Tables arranged around a mock farmyard with real chickens, turkeys and geese. 24 hours.
Taras Bulba Chekhovskaya 30/7 Petrovka St. 200 6082
The Ukrainian version of Yolki-Palki. Good food and homy atmosphere. Noon - midnight.
Taras Bulba Smolenskaya 12 Smolensky Bul. 246-6902
Tatler Club Kievskaya Radisson Ukraina Hotel. Ukraine Hotel, Kutuzovsky Prospekt 2/1 +7 495 229 83 05

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