Steak House is a classic 2 hall restaurant inspired by Chicago of mid-1930s, with vintage leather furniture, oak parquet, larch beams and unique brickwork — just imagine this warm, bohemian atmosphere with natural colours, soft lighting, and enormous mirrors.
The first reason to visit this place is the location, it occupies the ground floor of the Iset Hotel — one of the most famous constructivist works in Russia. The second reason is the fact that the restaurant’s Head-Chef Mikhail Arakelov has worked in some of New York’s finest steak houses, and where else to master the craft of cooking the perfect steak if not in New York?! Apart from the perfect steak, meat lovers will definitely appreciate all those juicy ribs, breakneck roast beefs and mouthwatering burgers offered on the menu.
Embark on a culinary journey to New York, a time travel journey to the 1930s and an architectural journey to constructivism — all in one dinner!
Menu preview: Beef carpaccio ≈$8
Duck leg ≈$11
Ural dumplings ≈$7
Hours: Sun — Thu: 12 PM — 12 AM
Fri — Sat: 12 PM — 2AM
Address: 69/1 Lenina Ulitsa