Chef Andrei Shmakov’s restaurant of “the new Russian cuisine” is located on the ground floor of the hotel "Metropol". SAVVA offers the best samples of the "new Russian cuisine", which combines domestic gastronomic traditions with the principles of Nordic Cuisine.Chef Andrey Shmakov’s original cuisine restaurant is located on the 1st floor of the Metropol Hotel, in close proximity to the Kremlin and the Bolshoi Theatre. It owes its name to the founder of Metropol Savva Mamontov well known as the manufacturer and patron of arts. For the very short time spent in Moscow, an Estonian cook Andrey Shmakov became popular among gourmands. He offers the best samples of the "new Russian cuisine", which combines domestic gastronomic traditions with the principles of Nordic Cuisine, the one that has lately become increasingly popular worldwide. There are two menus in Savva Restaurant: the one for daytime that is generally affordable, but well thought out in detail, and the evening menu that is gastronomic, where Shmakov personally presents chef’s specialties to guests. The first in Moscow open-air bar of fresh seafood welcomes guests in warm seasons on the comfortable terrace. The style of Savva Restaurant depicts a respectable mix of history and modernity. Andrey Shmakov aims at haute cuisine for connoisseurs and gourmands, however, not too much sophisticated with farfetched delights and at affordable prices.
27.05.2015 Art and Culture Stay in a room with a view to Moscow main attractions, wake up to the bells ringing and enjoy the sounds of the harp during a sumptuous breakfast. Then stroll through the capital with a personal tour guide and drink tea at the Russian tea ceremony. Isn't it a perfect weekend?
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10.04.2015 Aristocracy Package It’s a journey into the aristocratic past, into the times when Metropol had taken its place at Teatralniy Proezd and the high society had filled its cabinets and halls.