"Mandarin. Noodles and Ducks" calls itself a ‘little corner of Shanghai’, bringing modern Chinese cuisine to Moscow with chef Suy Lei. Its menu is roughly divided between duck and, well, noodles, with endless types of noodles; the rice noodles with marbled beef in teriyaki sauce are recommended. The drinks are made in the next door bar, Mandarin, and feature delicious mandarin lemonade. The decor is eclectic, with chandeliers and imitations of terracotta warriors. While the prices are affordable, one thing to remember is to book your place on the weekend, because the restaurant is quite popular. This place is worth a visit, and don’t forget your mandarin on the way out!