It's offered by lots of restaurants in Russia now and it has no Russian translation - they use the English phrase 'business lunch'. You get three courses - salad, soup and main - served up in less than half an hour. There will be a few choices for each course, so for the main you might choose chicken or beef or fish with rice or potatoes. It's speedy, fresh, light and a new-ish Russian institution.
Popular in restaurants in central Moscow and in other city centres
A restaurant at the central house of journalists. Cosy surroundings, attentive staff and a great menu of food from Russia and CIS with what has got to be a truly delicious dessert: strekoza.
8A Nikitskii Bulvar
Metro station: Arbatskaya
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