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British Queen Pub
In the mood for something traditionally English, yet with a local twist? Then it's time to visit the British Queen, a brand new restaurant in the heart of the city, just a few meters away from the Bolshoi Theater and the Red Square.
With a knight dressed in silver armour greeting guests at the door you are sure to be received by a display of al things British. There is a Queen Mary room, Queen Anna, the Queen Victoria, as well as a non-smoking Queen Elizabeth room. Everything - starting from furniture and finishing with interior decorations - was flown straight from the world famous flea markets of London. Interesting titbits include old tomes are lazily positioned on the window panes, giving a remarkably authentic feel.
The menu has been given the same meticulous attention to detail as the decoration. Boasting some very imaginative and mouth-watering dishes, like veal steak with pumpkin roulette and blue cheese, scallops in a cheese breading, salmon and tuna tartar under freshly made guacamole, smoked duck salad with mango salsa and dried tomatoes under a light fruit dressing, as well as the beloved classic from Old Blighty, fish and chips.
For those who are in a sharing mood the British Queen has prepared thematic sharing platters to choose from, all named after a royal family. The Stewart platter is heavy on seafood finger food, while the Windsor is all about the sausages! All desserts (except for ice cream) are prepared fresh in the restaurant. The beer menu is already extensive - 15 different drafts - and is only poised to expand to 32 types of draft. Other drinks include numerous sorts of whiskeys from Scotland, Ireland and the USA and other hard liquors, wines, cocktails with non-alcoholic options designed for those not drinking.
The entertainment program includes live jazz, swing, rock, blues and funk persuasions singing covers of the finest and hippest Anglophone tunes from days past. After an amazing night you can always pop in again to enjoy a classic English breakfast which is best accompanied by a Bloody Mary for a truly British experience.
Monday - Thursday: 10am -12am
Friday - Saturday: 12pm - 3am
Bol'shaya Dmitrovka, 5/6, Teatralnaya metro station, MoscowView Larger Map
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