Cutfish Bistro - a stylish and trendy sushi bistro, opened the end of Mai its third doors on the ground floor of the White Square Business Center, a stone's throw away from the Belorussian railway station.
Cutfish Bistro is a cornerstone in the Moscow sushi community and has been recognized for its delicious sushi cuisine and is known for its modern interpretation of classic dishes and its insistence on...
Cutfish Bistro - a stylish and trendy sushi bistro, opened this September its second doors in the heart of Petrovka, in several meters from the Petrovsky passage and round the corner from TSUM Department Store and Kuznetsky Most.
Cutfish Bistro is a cornerstone in the Moscow sushi community and has been recognized for its delicious sushi cuisine and is known for its modern interpretation of classic dishe...
J’Pan is a small Japanese bistro with a new direction of Yoshoku cuisine.
“Yoshoku” is the name used for dishes imported from foreign countries (such as America, India, Italy, France, etc.) which have been modified to fit the Japanese taste, becoming a part of Japanese cuisine.
The menu is a mix of Japanese home-style traditional and yoshoku cuisine.
The bistro opened doors in July in the center of the capital on...
Located on Bol’shoy Palashyovsky pereulok at the Patriarch pond, Arkady Novikov’s new sushi restaurant Shiba has opened doors recently.
Specialising in sushi and sashimi, Shiba’s menu can be summed up in three words: fresh, simple and delicious. True sushi aficionados will appreciate the just-caught freshness found in the selection of fish and the outstanding quality of the ingredients.
The Tokyo Sushi restaurant on Bolshaya Nikitskaya has an extensive selection of fresh fish flown in once a week from the Sea of Japan as well as both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. They feature many combinations of fresh ingredients and delicacies with dynamic flavours.
Their mission is to carefully balance tradition with the contemporary, creating a relaxed Moscow dining experience.
Created by an oyster lover for all oyster lovers, Evgeny Meshcheryakov’s unique project Umi Oysters Bistro is a Japanese inspired seafood bar, offering a rotating selection of freshest oysters and seafood from Japan.
Umi means “sea” in Japanese.
The Japanese oysters are the main actors of the project.
Now there are 16 kinds in the menu, including the tenderest Sima, Tanaka, Uramura and Kumamoto. For...