Central Market

  Rozhdestvensky bul. 1      (+7) 495 902 77 77     more than a year ago

The history of this market began in 1840. Back then, you could buy birds and other small animals there. By 1961, this became the USSR’s main market. However, in 1994 it was shut down; only the building remained. It took 20 long years but in 2014 Moscow’s authorities decided to resurrect  this iconic market and on December 15, 2017 it started welcoming shoppers once again! This stunning, ultra modern, super sleek yet quite airy market has a huge range of food stalls on the first and second floor (Tokyo sushi, Duck It, Tacador tacos, K-Town Korean, Bontempi pizzeria, Flora No Fauna vegan eatery, Umi Oysters and much much more), while the actual market bit with fresh produce is on level –1.
On the third floor, we’d recommend going to Gorynych restaurant. It’s the brainchild of Russia’s culinary sweetheart Vladimir Mukhin and is a cheaper (but by no means worse!) alternative for those who can’t quite dish out the big bucks for his White Rabbit restaurant. Make sure to utilize the remainder of the good summer weather by enjoying your purchase out on the spacious terrace. 

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