Side Trips from Moscow Restaurants

You'll find relatively few restaurants in many of these towns, largely because Russians don't dine out that frequently. The most reliable restaurants are in hotels catering to tourists or, occasionally, in downtown locations near main tourist sights. This is slowly changing, and some of the restaurants outside hotels can be quite cozy.

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  • 1. Galereya

    $$ | Eastern European

    The extensive menu of traditional Russian food served at this stylish inn makes it a solid choice for lunch or dinner, and so does the fact...Read More

  • 2. Surozhsky Stan

    $$ | Russian

    This cosy café with blue domed ceilings serves moderately priced Russian specialties made on the premises. Vareniki and pelmeni , or dumplings...Read More

  • 3. Teremok

    $$ | Eastern European

    Borscht, solyanka, and blini with caviar are among the good Russian dishes served at this cozy spot in front of the kremlin. ...Read More

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