Europe’s largest food hall
The last few years have seen a rash of new food courts spreading across Moscow, rapidly multiplying the affordable fast-casual options in the area.
Known for the wide variety of cuisines available at a moment’s notice, Moscow is any foodies dream come true.
At the new Depo food mall on Belorusskaya train station, it’s all about independent restaurants, plenty of choice, high quality, worldly influences and street food-style eating.
All of this is injecting new life into our capital in the form of Europe's largest food hall.
But not as you might know them: it's a grownup space, a literally built up entire city in the city, with hand-picked vendors serving up a variety of different foods and cuisines that are the best in their game.
On 11 thousand square meters of space there are 140 corners with fresh products and 75 original gastronomic solutions.
A true micro-area!
Depo is a vibrant hub of ethnic cuisine, fresh fruits and vegetables, gourmet sweets, and an impressive array of meats, poultry and seafood. It is especially worth a visit during the weekends.
Here, only the very best vendors are able to secure a place there.
On the weekends live bands and dj's heat up the food court with their music!
Also, photographers will love the picturesque location, so don’t forget your camera!
Address: Lesnaya Ulitsa 20
Opening hours: Mon-Thu & Sun 8 am – 11 pm, Fri-Sat 8 am – 2 am
At the moment the gastro concepts work in a test mode. From 75, the following are open:
Bochkovoy El' i Britanskiye pirogi
Betmen i Uzbeki
Marokko Lamyan' Right Hops Bar/ Bottle Shop
TAR TAR BAR
Bright Israeli Grill
Buba by Sumosan
Chowder & Pie
GOKOS Greek Street
K-TOWN KOREAN BBQ BAR
Kritikos Mac & Cheese
Raw to go
SEBB'S RAW & FIRE
Siam Soul in the Bowl
Stall by Natalia Berezova
Shao Kao Chinese BBQ
Sushi bar "RYBA International"
The Truffle Tsomi
Lyubov' i sladosti semeynaya
Picture source: Own, Afisha & Depo.Moscow