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Moscow restaurants listing (Russian restaurants)

Tarelka Kropotkinskaya 3/1 Gogolevsky blvd. 202 9253
Pan-European menu featuring Italian, French, and Russian dishes. Also has a sushi bar. Cutlery and plates form part of the decor. 11am-midnight.
Vanil Kropotkinskaya 1 Ostozhenka ul. 202 3341
A fusion of French and Thai cuisine. East and West meet in the interior as well. Great view of the nearby cathedral. Noon-midnight.
Vertinsky Kropotkinskaya 3/14 Ostozhenka Ul. (495) 695-29-98
Asian flavors and history are a very delicate combination when it comes down to famous familys matters.
Yoko Kropotkinskaya 5 Soimonovskiy prospekt 290 1478, 290 1217
Gastronomic Japanese cuisine with a view of Christ the Savior Cathedral.


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