Moscow

Restaurants

Where to eat in Moscow

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Within the same Moscow city block you can find both good and bad service, five-star fine dining and hot dog snack vans. Muscovites love going out, so most restaurants tend to fill up quickly. To be sure of getting a table, make sure to book in advance. Be aware that many restaurants morph into bars and clubs in the later hours of the evening, so make early reservations if you want some peace and quiet.

Tipping is one Western tradition that Russians are making their own. Tip for good service only - around ten percent is considered fair.

Our price guide is based on the average price of a main course:
0 - 800 Rbl
€€ 800 - 1,500 Rbl
€€€ 1,500 - 2,000 Rbl
€€€€ 2,000 Rbl plus

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