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A Culinary Tour of Moscow

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Photo: Christian Kerber

The days of the oligarchs may be numbered, but Russia’s bling-crazy capital is still home to some of the country’s best restaurants.

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Destinations: Moscow

Themes: Food + Drink

Inspired by: A Culinary Tour of Moscow — by Anya von Bremzen, Published Apr. 2009

Restaurants (9)

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    Taras Bulba Korchma

    At this raucous, democratically priced Cossack-themed chain, the food may lack finesse, but the garlic-studded cold pork, sour-creamed braised rabb

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    Genatsvale Arbat

    The kitchen spins out its own spicy regional feast. Khachapuri pies ooze pungent cheese; knotted khinkali dumplings squirt peppery meat juices; chi

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    Stolovaya No. 57

    A self-service homegrown hot spot. No gels or foams here at this doting replica of a Communist-era stolovaya (workers’ canteen) within the ritzy GU

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    Bosco Bar

    Have a delicious arugula salad while gazing out at Lenin’s mausoleum and St. Basil’s candy-colored domes—as we do one lunchtime. Every tourist trap

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    Konditerskaya Pushkin

    Order flaky pirozhki and almond croissants at this neo-Baroque pastry annex of the ever-popular Café Pushkin.

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    Nedalny Vostok

    Arkady Novikov's Nedalny Vostok ("the Near East") has an Asian-fusion menu that doesn't forget it's in Russia—as if Jean-Georges Vongerichten took

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    Turandot

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    Barashka

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    Shinok

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