This small café, located in GUM on Red Square, is the perfect place to escape the crowds, recover from retail therapy and enjoy an evening drink as you watch the sun set behind the Kremlin.
rnIn summer, tables are placed outside in the square and the place buzzes; in winter it is quieter and more intimate but very popular, so get in early or book. The waiting staff speak English and the service is attentive, as one has come to expect from Bosco di Ciliegi’s foray into fine café dining.
rnThe menu offers delicious and inventive Italian dishes such as papardelle with asparagus and black caviar. The décor is clean, modern and slick, like its chic and beautiful clientele.
rnAs the entrance to the café is through Marina Rinaldi or MaxMara from GUM they will, in many cases, enter laden down with their new designer purchases. The prices are high as it’s ‘pay per view’ for this prize location.