Russian wine and seafood

Dyuzhina, which means “dozen” is the new Russian seafood restaurant on Bolshaya Nikitskaya, and the joint project of the Russian wine house Abrau-Durso and Crimean Seafood.

The company Crimean Seafood is an oyster and mussel farm, so it’s safe to assume they know a thing or two about these glorious bivalves.

This place offers four types of oysters (from 150 rubles), enjoy them straight-up with a twist of lemon or opt for some creative but sympathetic dressings, such as raspberry (70 rubles) or cucumber and champagne (70 rubles), along with other luxurious seafood dishes.

Just be sure to order a nice glass of fizz or wine to accompany them.

Only until today (30th of January) you can profit from the sensational offer: One oyster Crimean No.3 and a glass of Russian champagne for each 99 rubles.

So hurry up!

Quotes from the menu:

  • Salmon ceviche (490 rubles)

  • Crab salad with avocado mousse (1090 rubles)

  • Spaghetti with mussels (590 rubles)

Address: Ulitsa Bolshaya Nikitskaya 14

Metro: Okhotny Ryad

Phone: +7 499 530-83-18


Picture source: Dozen Facebook and Instagram