Eat from around the world
Where can Muscovites and travelers have good local and international foods at reasonable prices in the Russian capital?
The answer is simple: At one of Moscow’s stylish FOOD COURTS!
Those down-to-earth culinary destinations are where you can find a wide variety of great dishes influenced by a variety of cuisines.
Despite the reasonable prices, the quality of food is really good.
A lot of food connoisseurs in Moscow frequently visit the best food courts in town for their favorite indulgence.
There are a lot of food courts with a large number of food stalls in Moscow that you shouldn’t miss.
A walk through feels like a culinary world tour with a Moscow twist.
We have picked the best and most stylish worth trying Food Courts for you to eat like a local while staying in Moscow.
VOKRUG SVETA GASTRO MARKET / AROUND THE WORLD
This brand new food court from from Arkady Novikov, Boris Zarkov and Vladimir Mukhin occupies the entrance floor of the shopping center "Nikolsky Plaza" only a stone's throw away from the Red Square.
It seems that they have studied all Moscow markets, analysed all strengths and weaknesses and have considered it in the project.
Gastro market "Around the world" offers 24 restaurants and cafes with a mix of cultures, original concepts and relevant trends.
A new gastronomic journey!
Have Israeli shashuka for breakfast, cross the ocean within 5 minutes to have a Hawaiian poke for lunch or if you feeling more sinful? Why not bite into a American taco!
All good has to come to an end, so finish your culinary journey with a homemade Russian apple pie.
There is something for every taste and if you can not decide - No problem!
Vokrug sveta gastro market (Around the world) has the multi-ticket to visit all culinary countries at the same time without leaving Moscow!
The menus are available in Russian, English and Chinese!
Address: Nikolskaya Street 10
From eclairs to Japanese oysters - Everything the culinary heart desires.
Once you have arrived at Central Market close to Trubnaya metro station, a food hall oasis filled with fine food purveyors and counter-style dining options is waiting for you.
The food courts are located on ground and the first floor and became the main component of the market.
The concept: good food, diverse options.
Wooden tables, high-stool seating areas, and a planted ceiling add an upscale design aesthetic that fly in the face of everything you think of when you hear the word "food court".
Housing around 30 vendors, it can be tough to figure out how to spend your time and which culinary cuisine you would like to discover.
The waiting time of the order is about five to seven minutes and you can explore almost every country on the food globe.
Address: Rozhdestvensky Blvd. 1
This 2017 addition to the city’s food hall scene of restaurateur Denis Shapiro and the businessman David Beglaryan comes in a stylish pop art street design and makes life of Muscovites a little more convenient.
In the new gastronomic around-the-clock project which it’s home to a store of natural products and a number of 11 restaurant corners, you can bite for example into a juicy burger at Burger Heroes or or sip fresh oysters at Hello Crevette!
This place is taking the needs of the area and the gastronomic habits of its residents.
FOOD STORE operates a 24-hours and underlines the whole thing with cool Dj beats and parties.
Address: 6/9, Ulitsa Rozhdestvenka, 20 с1
Metro: Kuznetsky Most
Danilovsky Market is arguably some of the most fun you can have inside one city building.
This giant Soviet-era farmers market turned gourmet paradise is responsible for starting the city’s trend of collecting diverse food vendors under one roof, and this food-hall veteran has come a long way since its inception.
Today a slew of stalls hawking epicurean delights, sit-down restaurants and market stalls.
Including such gems as a delicious Japanese sushi counter, a Dagestani dumpling shop or a detox juice bar.
Vegans will also find what their hearts desire.
Address: Ulitsa Mytnaya 74