Monday, May 22, 2017

Turandot Ресторан Турандот

In Russia, it is very common to dine in the palace. There are so many abandoned palaces and they do not need to turn everything into museums. Some are being used to commercial purposes, such as restaurants and Turandot is one of it. We were told that the renovation cost for this restaurant is one of the most expensive, not sure what's the comparison to? I blindly believed it because each and every detail in the restaurant itself is worth staring at. The artwork, the pillars, the ceilings; it makes you feel like a royalty. Looks like this is a great place to dine if you want a feel of being a royalty! You may want to read up more about this restaurant on their website.

Burned Salmon with Wild Rice Crisps and Avocado Sauce (₽980 / USD16.50)

Later, I found out this place serves Chinese fusion food. I didn't think of it as a Chinese fusion, more like cafe food decorated nicely small portions. I did not think any of it tasted Chinese to me.

Pineapple and Malibu Sorbet (₽1290 / USD 21.50)

This was served before the main, just to improve our appetite.

Roast Lamb (₽880 / USD 14.80)

We were given the option between chicken and lamb, but lamb was more popular. The lamb is seriously one of the best I've ever had. This tasted nothing like lamb. It was very subtle, juicy, very much like minced pork but it was actually a lamb cake. 

French Biscuit with Blackberry Crystal (₽690 / USD 11.50)

The popular cake which I actually did not like it. It had really heavy cinnamon taste - it's either you like it or you don't. I finished the berry ice cream that's served on it instead. This is very subjective; as it may be very good for those of you who enjoys cinnamon.

Just look at the details of the restaurant... Another tip, most people love to sit on the upper floor but it's not easy to reserve a table. Reserve ahead if you're planning to!

Likes: Posh, good food, reasonable price, good service
Dislikes: I don't think I can find any reason to dislike this place - totally worth a visit!

Tverskoy Boulevard,
26, стр. 3, Moskva,
Russia, 125009
Opening Hours
Daily 12pm - 12am
Fri & Sat 12pm - 1am

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