04 March 2021

According to the results of the WHERETOEAT Moscow National Restaurant Awards ceremony, the 10 best restaurants of Moscow were named. The winner for the third year in a row was the Twins Garden restaurant - an unparalleled project with a lot of imagination. Here they print squid from bean paste on a bioprinter, turn celery into lard, tomatoes into dry wine, rhubarb in rose wine, parsley into prosecco. In addition to over 1000 classic and rare items, the wine list even includes wine made from mushrooms and dandelions.

The legendary panoramic restaurant White Rabbit, which has been included in the list of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants for five years in a row, has returned to the second line of the rating. It is also famous for its non-standard approach to Russian cuisine.

The third place was taken by the Selfie restaurant, whose chef Anatoly Kazakov was included into the prestigious The Best Chefs Awards rating.

The fourth place was taken by the Sakhalin restaurant. A breathtaking view of Stalin's skyscrapers, Moscow City and the Kremlin, an elegant evening interior, a professional team and an amazing selection of the freshest seafood. The main attraction is the Raw bar with a glacier and an aquarium.

The fifth place in the ranking was taken by the Gorynych restaurant, named after the fire-breathing dragon from Russian fairy tales. The main object of attention is the three-ton round stove, with its round eyes-windows, the stove is very similar to the good-natured reincarnation of the Gorynych dragon. The guests like to admire the old Moscow boulevards through panoramic windows and take pictures against the background of paintings stylized under the fabulous illustrations of Ivan Bilibin.

The Probka restaurant is in the sixth place, thanks to the impeccably authentic Italian cuisine, which would satisfy even the most fastidious gourmet.

The seventh place was taken by the Severyane restaurant, known for its unusual interior, varied menu and open kitchen, where main dishes are prepared in two Russian ovens and on a grill.

Lucky Izakaya Bar took the eighth line. The menu includes tataki and Korean dumplings, rice bowls and rotti, sushi and rolls, udon and kushiyaki. Sparkling, rosé and orange wines and cocktails with Asian accents are offered to accompany the meal.

In the ninth place is Buro Tsum, in addition to its varied cuisine, known for the view of the rehearsal rooms of the Bolshoi Theater and the opportunity to watch dancers at the ballet barre.

The tenth place was taken by the Beluga caviar restaurant, where you can taste outstanding Russian delicacies with a panoramic view of the Kremlin.