Despite what the name might suggest, Bed Café is a laid-back but deliciously stylish restaurant in central Moscow.
Don’t be fooled by the exterior – when you enter the shopping mall keep going straight through the curtains at the far end on the right, and you’ll find yourself in Bed – a heavenly white interior with comfy high-backed sofas and armchairs with plenty of pillows, and black-and-white portrait photographs of the staff (taken by the owner Alex) adorning the wall.
This intimate and romantic boudoir uses extremely inventive methods to combine an eclectic mix of ingredients, making unusual dishes out of simple soups and pastas.
Even the home-made bread is exotic – flavours such as Gorgonzola and walnut are suitably complemented by the large selection of home-made ice creams.
With Buddha Bar style music and a glass or two of something chosen from the extensive wine list, you’ll be off into a happy place that only Bed can provide. Sweet dreams!