The Moscow Central Market

The opening of the Moscow central market near the Trubnaya Ploshad has become a notable event for the residents of the historical center: it’s not easy to find fresh fruits and vegetables, eggs and meat in the heart of the city. Luckily, now they’re able to drop by the Central Market for groceries, as well as for a quick and tasty lunch. Use this opportunity to eat healthy, without going off the sightseeing route!

The building occupies 3 floors. The market stalls, selling cheese, milk and butter, meat, sausages and seafood, are on the underground floor. The food court – dozens of different food shops, stands and restaurants – fill the rest of the space. The design is pretty minimalistic, but catches the eye: walls, decorated with brick, artificial plants on the ceilings and moss in the bathrooms give off natural, green and healthsome vibes.

 

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Публикация от ANASTASIA MITYAKOVA (@mityakova.life)

Every gastrophile will find something appetizing from the huge variety of dishes from all over the world displayed in the food court. Here you may carry out a tasting of different recipes, which belong to the Russian, Vietnamese, Greek, Mexican, Japanese, Uzbek, Chinese, Korean and many other cuisines. Let’s introduce the most remarkable stalls you can use as a starting point on your detour to the kingdom of flavors.

Claire éclair shop

Elegant and soft choux pastries with cream, chocolate, fruit puree and praline paste fillings won’t leave you disappointed, especially if the éclair is accompanied by lemongrass hot chocolate.  The menu changes every season, so come by from time to time to try brand new combinations.

Menu preview:

éclair – ≈$3, lemongrass hot chocolate – ≈$4

 

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K-Town

Unveiling the Korean recipes to the Moscow citizens, this restaurant chain has surprisingly affordable prices. The main part of the menu consists of Korean snacks, soups, noodles. Play around and order Bulgogi – it’s a meat dish where you can mix your favorite ingredients in one bowl.

Menu preview:

Bulgogi with beef – ≈$10, fried rice with chicken, kimchi and egg – ≈$6, crispy squids with kimchi sauce – ≈$7

 

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Duckit

This project carries out the so-called mono menu concept: the main component in all the presented dishes is the well-known Peking duck, the fried duck meat with thin and crispy skin. Try the duck salad, duck ramen soup, duck pho soup, duck wok with different kinds of noodles… or just buy a whole duck for a party…if you’re having one!

Menu preview:

duck salad – ≈$6, duck ramen soup – ≈$6, the whole Peking duck – ≈$33

 

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Flora No Fauna

The name of this food corner is pretty self-explanatory. The owners focus on vegan recipes, combining ethics with esthetics – their food is healthy, organic and very appealing to the eyes at the same time! Try their specialties: avocado toasts, sugar-free desserts and tofu sandwiches. Gluten-free options are available too.

Menu preview:

tofu sandwich – ≈$6, avocado toast – ≈$6, raspberry chia seed pudding – ≈$5

 

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Umi Oysters

High-quality oyster bistro, ordering the ingredients right from the main seafood market in Japan. You’ll find more than 30 types of tender Japanese oysters, such as kumamoto, matoya, shima and tanaka; fresh tuna, salmon, scallops. They’re eaten raw, of course. Aside from the seafood, there is a wide range of salads and soups.

Menu preview:

oysters – ≈$6-10 /1pcs, tuna soba nabe noodles – ≈$12, iwashi sashimi – ≈$11

 

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Pinzeria by Bontempi

Don’t mistake pinza with pizza – these are completely different dishes! Pinza is the unique Italian bread, made from a special flour mix. In the old times, this bread was baked by peasants, and is filled with vegetables, meat and cheese and turned into a fulfilling and delicious lunch. Get to know this amusing dish made by the maestro Valentino Bontempi in the Russian capital!

Menu preview:

ham & mushroom pinza – ≈$10, Sicilian pinza – ≈$11, quattro formaggi pinza– ≈$12

Address:

1 Rozhdestvensky Boulevard

Hours:

8 AM – 11 PM

 

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