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Restaurant: Vertinsky

Address: 3/14 Ostozhenka Ul.
Metro: Kropotkinskaya
Phone: (495) 695-29-98

Average cost: $30-50
Cuisine: Chinese, Russian

Asian flavors and history are a very delicate combination when it comes down to famous family’s matters.

Vertinsky restaurant; is popular for its unique gastronomical cuisine. It combines genuine pretentiousness of the Chinese cuisine and classical traditions of Russian cuisine, whilst cooked by authentic recipes. This distinguishing feature attracts not only Moscow citizens but also tourists who are familiar with the history of Russia and its capital.

Chinese theme (in the menu and in the design) makes us remember about the biography of Alexander Vertinsky the famous chansonnier that has been travelling and performing in China for many years. The décor combines neo-colonial style simultaneously mixing the best features of the Chinese and the European culture. The interior will bring you to the atmosphere of the classical decadence of Shanghai in the beginning of the 20th century with its opium rooms, rickshaws and luxuriously dressed furniture. The walls of the restaurants decorated with photos of the famous Stepan Mikhalkov’s grandfather and Anastasia Vertinskaya’s father.

Anastasia Vertinskaya culminates the Russian part of the menu and invents the majority of dishes on the basis of the ancient family recipes. Stepan himself has created not just the gastronomical conception of the restaurant but also its interior. Both of Vertinsky’s halls are spacious dining rooms compiling the elegance of the Orient and the stylish antique European traditions.


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