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A Fairytale of Food at Snegiri Restaurant

3. August 2010 by Michelle 0 Comments

Whether you’re a gourmet food aficionado or just love to immerse yourself in true Russian culture, the Snegiri restaurant in Moscow is a highly recommended dining experience.

 

Stepping into Snegiri is like floating into an old-fashioned fairytale, with photos covering the wallpapered walls and weathered books on the antique bookshelves.

 

Each room is more detailed and decorated than the one before and authentic Russian artworks are found everywhere, such as beautiful gzhel designed walls and khokhloma painted pottery. Guests quickly become eager to sample the cuisine that accompanies this traditional, romantic atmosphere.

 

Snegiri chefs cook with an appetite, specializing in large, decadent entrées. Try some borscht soup, pelmeni, dumplings, or salo with garlic and sauerkraut to start, and then dive into real Russian delights of Siberian whitefish, venison medallions, lamb tongue, veal kidney, duck fillet, or rabbit foot. Don’t ask, just taste. Fresh vegetables, spices, and sauces make every meal a masterpiece. Wash it all down with your choice of over 20 kinds of vodka.

 

Every evening, live Russian folk music entertains diners and supplements the historic sensations. Escort your favorite Russian bride and surround yourselves in the welcoming and hospitable culture of Snegiri restaurant.