Hg2 : The Hedonist

Shinok

Shinok is an interesting place to eat in Moscow. ‘Shinok’ means ‘road-side tavern’ in Russian – perhaps something to do with this restaurant’s ‘peasant’s cottage’ décor.
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rnIt’s dimly lit, with an open fire and rustic wooden tables arranged around windows that look through into a farmyard scene, where a babushka, in Ukrainian national dress, sits knitting and tending the livestock.
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rnCheerful waiting staff in colourfully embroidered traditional costumes provide excellent service, and the menu offers a wide selection of palmeni – a Ukrainian type of ravioli – both savoury and sweet, in generous portions.
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rnThis restaurant is certainly not something you would find in London – purely from the ‘use of space for tables’ issue! Enter through the mock medieval castle and enjoy.

Address
1905 Goda Ulitsa 2, 1905 Goda,
Arbatskaya
Telephone
+7 495 255 0888
Opening Times
daily, 24 hours.
Price
What3Words
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