Digestif cafe - Moscow
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Digestif cafe and bar on fashionable Kutuzovsky Prospekt is an elegant place to stop for a meal or a drink, day or night. Whether you're looking for a hearty breakfast, a caffeine boost, a modern European-style meal, after-work cocktails or a quiet place for a business meeting, Digestif is the place to go.
Framed, arty black-and-white photographs are the most eye-catching decoration in the clean-lined interior; the cafe's laconic design adapts easily for serious business in the daytime or relaxed drinks in the evening.
Digestif's diverse menu has something for every taste. The wide selection of salads will help hungry fashionistas stay in shape when grabbing a bite to eat between boutique-hopping. The pickles are the perfect chaser when unwinding with a shot of vodka, and garlic toasts will satisfy those who opt for beer. If you want to warm up with a soup, the borshch will comfort you like babushka's own recipe. The kids will love the 'bliny constructor' pancake choices. There are also grilled whole fish, steaks, pizzas and pastas galore - and a scrumptious selection of desserts for afterwards.
If you need a vitamin boost - one that will warm you up on a chilly day - drop in to Digestif cafe to try a new taste sensation, sea-buckthorn tea. This thick, yellow, sweet-sour concoction reportedly contains 15 times more vitamin C than orange juice, along with an abundance of other nutrients. A sure cure for seasonal vitamin deficiencies, it's also incredibly delicious and you'll surely want to come back for more.
Sea-buckthorn tea isn't the only healthy, mouth watering drink to tempt you at Digestif. The menu also offers house-made lemonades in such exotic and unusual combinations as cucumber-basil, apple-tarragon, raspberry and mint-lemon.
For something stronger, there's a full selection of alcoholic beverages. The cocktails are an especially attractive option between 5 pm and 8 pm, when happy hour discounts slash prices in half. And if it's your birthday, you can get a 20 percent discount and a free bottle of wine!
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