Thursday, September 24, 2015
In 1999 a Franco-Russian artist and restaurateur Andrei Dellos, and his chef Andrei Makhov, opened Café Pushkin in a historical Baroque mansion o,n Tverskoy Boulevard. Guests can reserve their tables in the pharmacy hall surrounded by antique medicine bottles and scales, or in the Library, sitting amongst explorer’s globes, telescopes and rare copies of anything from Shakespeare, Dickens, Voltaire and Dante to Pushkin himself, Tolstoy and Russia’s greatest storytellers. They can choose from a menu both Russian and French, inspired by historic recipes and adapted to modern times.
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