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This large affordable place not far from the Triumphal Gate and Poklonnaya Gora belongs to Dmitry Stepanov, a founder and part-owner of Chemodan, Oleg Menshikov's gastronomical theatre.
This is a 250-seat restaurant. It has pleasant, spacious and simple loft-style interior: polished brickwork, enormous windows a la ground floor of a Stalin building, high ceilings of two-level capacity, bar counter 11 meters long, wooden floor, and dozens of large and small tabls with chairs and armchairs to fit every taste. It is enjoyable to hang out here either together or alone, sitting in a comfortable chair with a book, sipping tasty punch, and observing the life of Kutuzovsky Prospekt though a window. You may find a quiet corner and work at your computer - there is free Internet and small tables, where it is easy to concentrate.
In the place's menu, you can find rather anything what fits to the taste of an average towny: several kinds of pizza and pasta, dishes cooked on a wok, burgers, salads.Also there are dishes favoured by everyone since childhood: cutlets, home soups, and good and toothsome pelmeni and vareniki a la Siberia.