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Moscow restaurant guide



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Moscow restaurants listing (Russian restaurants)

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.
Villa Krasniye Vorota 48 Myasnitskaya St. 925 9240, 925 4715
Mediterranean and French cuisines. Wide wine selection. More expensive (average meal is $80-100). Noon Ц latest customer.
Voila Kitay-Gorod 3 Varvarka St. 298 0755
Extensive wine list. French cuisine. More expensive. Noon - midnight.
Yar Dynamo 32/2 Leningradsky Pr., Hotel Sovetsky 960 2004
French-Russian cuisine in luxurious surroundings. Daily entertainment programs include variety shows and live music. 6pm-last guest.
Zebra Square Kitay-Gorod 2 Slavyanskaya pl. 974 3238
Chic French restaurant and lounge, providing live music and cocktails. Noon-midnight (restaurant), noon-last visitor (lounge).
Zvuky (Sounds) Sukharevskaya 9 Pushkarev lane 737 4555
African, French, Jewish and European cuisine. 10am Ц 5am.


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