Restaurant Aristocrat Moscow Reviews

“Aristocrat” is a spectacular restaurant with a view program and signature cocktails on the Moskva River embankment near the Vystavochnaya metro station.

The restaurant is located on the Bagration Bridge, floating above the Moscow River. Inside, there is a luxury aesthetic with elements of art deco and surreal carnival, neon colors, lush feathers, stucco and whimsical ornaments. The panoramic windows offer a dizzying view of the river and the majestic towers of Moscow City.

The extensive menu is based on European and Asian dishes from meat, poultry, fish and seafood. They prepare duck breast with raspberry coulis, marbled beef ribeye steak, tandoori chicken and cod fillet with gyoza sauce. Separate sections are devoted to poke with eel and salmon, burgers and panini, pasta and risotto with scallop and crab meat. They serve about three dozen rolls and sushi, from classic California and Philadelphia to signature Aristocrat rolls with salmon and truffle sauce. For companies – colorful sets with maki and gunkans.

The main characters of the bar menu are cocktails. Among the two dozen mixes, the signature cocktails “Temptation” with tequila and milk oolong with sparkling and tonka beans, “The Temptation of an Aristocrat” with pink gin and sparkling and “Coral Lips” with spiced rum with strawberries and caramel stand out. The bar menu is complemented by a selection of strong alcohol with Scottish and Japanese whiskey, nine-year-old rum and a collection of wines from the Old and New Worlds. For complete relaxation – steam tobacco-free cocktails on fruit bowls with spectacular decor.

Our restaurant is a space of exceptional pleasure, where every detail is thought out to perfection. Here you will find a sophisticated atmosphere, a high level of service and luxury worthy of a true aristocrat.

emb. Taras Shevchenko 23a, Moscow
+7 (906) 009-05-05

0 thoughts on “Restaurant Aristocrat Moscow Reviews

  1. I’ve never encountered such a dismal dining experience. The service was an absolute nightmare – we had to flag down our server repeatedly just to get basic things like utensils. And the food? It was a disaster. My pasta was overcooked, and the sauce tasted like it came from a can.

  2. This restaurant is a prime example of what not to do in the hospitality industry. The service was horrendous – we were seated and then ignored for an eternity. And the food was equally horrendous; my seafood dish was far from fresh, and the rice was hard and inedible.

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