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Great restaurants of Moscow and St. Petersburg



You can almost touch the clouds on a rainy day at MANSARDA. Great restaurant overlooking the St. Isaac’s Cathedral. Located in the city center of St. Petersburg on a 6th Floor with glass walls, ensure that view is the main focus.

The interior is filled with decorative elements such as spoons, cups and glasses. Cooking show thanks to its glass wall kitchen.

The menu has the hits of traditional European and Asian cuisines, all well cooked. We had a veggie salad, spaghetti “fruttri di mari”, (delicious) grilled fish and chocolate hazelnut cake.

The stunning views and the broad selection of wines will make your evening truly memorable. After a non-stop rainy day in St. Petersburg, we arrived just on time to watch the sunset. We had a wonderful evening! It was the best way to say goodbye to St. Petersburg.

3, Pochtamtskaya St., St. Petersburg



Terrace restaurant atop one of the tallest buildings in St. Petersburg, serving modern dishes from literally, all around the world.

TERRASSA features an open kitchen, stylish interior and wonderful views from its 300 sq roof terrace.

The menu is a trendy mixture of Japanese, Italian, French, South-East Asia, Georgian and traditional Russian Cuisine which I loved it! We had a mix of everything to taste the flavors of different cultures.

The famous Georgian cheese bread with egg (khachapuri), Beetroot Russian salad, Meat with wok vegetables thai style and Japanese sushi!

The Apple Crumble is the most delicate apple pie I have ever tried!

+(7)812 640-16-16


Georgian Cuisine Downtown Moscow.

Eat like a local in the new Georgian restaurant in Moscow. Fantastic interior and tasty food. Perfect for a romantic evening or a nice family/friend dine out. Comfy sofas and armchairs with candles and dimmed lights invite to relax.

Despite all the above, we had some communication issues with the staff, as they barely speak English (or any other language except Russian). Ordering was a big challenge, not to mention our adventure with the wine list: they had run out of the first two bottles we picked out from the menu. Finally, we had to opt for a random bottle (low point for the restaurant.

Malaya Dmitrovka St., 20, Moscow 127006, Rusia



The restaurant holds the name of its chef and co-owner Uilliam Lamberti, also brand chef of the new Ugolëk restaurant in Moscow.

Uilliam’s is a trendy, cozy place with a big open kitchen located in the vibrant Patriarchi area. It’s definitely “THE PLACE TO BE”.

The parking here is a combination of bycicles and Lamborghinis. No surprise to find famous tennis players, designers, artists or businessmen right next to your table.

We went for dinner but it’s famous for its breakfast too.


Malaya Bronnaya St., 20А, Moscow, Russia, 123104

+(7)925 206-90-46


With an original open kitchen with cast iron stoves and a disco bar upstairs designed as a stylish apartment where you can continue your night out, Ugolëk is definitely one of the hottest Moscow Restaurants at the present moment.

Everything in here is original & huge: floor-to-ceiling windows and industrial pipes.

Opened by Ilya Tyvtenkov and chef Uilliam Lamberti, owner of the famous Uilliam’s. Excellent Atmosphere, quality food and fantastic location.

Bolshaya Nikitskaya St., 12, Moscow, Russia, 125009

+(7)495 629-02-11

Marta Hurtado

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