Shakti Terrace - Moscow
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In autumn of 2014, a new star appeared in the sky of Moscow restaurants - Shakti Terrace. The name 'Shakti' (power and strength in Sanskrit) was given to the restaurant of author Pan-Asian cuisine that offers unique atmosphere for gathering of interesting, intelligent and trend-setting public. Providing extra-class gastronomy, music and architecture, Shakti Terrace is situated in one of the most cult places in Moscow - Krasny Oktyabr on Bolotnaya embankment.
The restaurant has bar, Tea Room, library, open terrace and VIP hall for gourmands and melomanes: sophisticated music in bossanova style in daytime and Richter-FM in the evenings. Each Friday and Saturday, fashionable and closed events with electronic and dance music are arranged. On Thursdays and Sundays, music programs with live performances of stars in open air are prepared for the guests. 'The most sophisticated, respectable, and tasteful music' - creative credo of the restaurant. Shakti Terrace is open for Art and Social Events, Fashion Shows, but the managers are very selective to them.
The interior of the restaurant by SandroSherents (SHAR Project) is very original and 'fresh': plenty of green perfectly combined with esthetic decisions - it will just suffice to mention the 100-years old elm tree (contemporary with Krasny Okryabr) growing out of the floor at summer terrace. One of the design novelties is an 'airy' canopy that will rescue the guests from heat and rain and let them enjoy gorgeous panoramic views to the Cathedral of Christ the Savior and Krasny Oktyabr that never sleeps.
The responsibility for cuisine rests with Chef Tatyana Stenina, who worked in the famous Moscow restaurants (Prichal, GQ Bar, Cherdak, Sheraton Hotel) over 10 years, revealing the secrets of European dishes. In 2011, Tatyana decided to conquer a new peak in her culinary career and moved to the restaurant of Pan-Asian cuisine 'Mr Lee' to work with the Australian Chef, Jonathon Curtis. Thanks to the variety of European, Asian and Russian cuisines, Tatyana created her own unique approach to preparing gastronomy masterpieces. The Pan-Asian cuisine in Shakti Terrace is adapted to Russia and based, first of all, on healthy cooking: special attention is paid to vegetarian menu. Along with Pan-Asian meals, which are so popular with Moscow public, Shakti Terrace offers the best European dishes and, of course, a special Grill Menu for the guests of Summer Terrace.