Hg2 : The Hedonist

Shatush

The über-cool Moscow restaurant, Shatush, has a ‘wow-factor’ similar to that of London restaurant, Hakkasan. The excellent (but expensive) food by Alan Jau is described as ‘New Chinese’ cuisine – delicate and beautifully presented.
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rnFrench designer Christian Liaigre has created a stylish interior, which is both modern and exotic: the blue neon lighting is offset by ancient red highlights, and the effect is minimal but well conceived, creating a sublime atmosphere. If you want anonymity then this sleek, dark and elegant restaurant is for you.
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rnThe main dining room is divided by oriental lacquerblack carved screens into smaller, more intimate spaces, adding to the sense of privacy.The hookah pipe hall offers a somewhat more relaxed environment than the funky bar, where designerclad women dance on the bar to the admiration of their squarejawed menfolk.
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rnSensational dining like this commands somewhat eye-watering prices, but few places can beat Shatush for such decadence, and it seems worth it. Reservations are essential.

Address
Gogolevsky Blvd 17, Kropotkinskaya,
Arbatskaya
Telephone
+7 495 637 4071
Website
shatush.ru
Opening Times
daily, noon-midnight.
Price
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