The family restaurant Seven has earned a summer terrace and new cocktails
Just 200 meters from the Central Department Store there is the Seven restaurant (7 Dmitrovsky per.), Which has a summer terrace with 30 seats. Soft sofas, greens in tubs, heaters and rugs in case of bad weather, plasma for the World Cup – there is everything to disconnect from the bustle of the city.
Especially for the summer season, Seven chef bartender Maxim Kravchenko has developed new cocktails that are designed to make the restaurant’s summer terrace the perfect place for leisurely gatherings. We recommend trying a spicy Spicy scotch cocktail with whiskey, orange and notes of cinnamon, or the original Blankos with gin and Calpis, which has a light milky taste and sourness that lime supports.
Sweeter and at the same time refreshing cocktails are sparkling Blackberry Spritz (with blackberries and passion fruit), delicate Betty’s Hills (with vodka, ginger ale, lime and rose syrup) and Strawberry Cobbler berry (with rum, strawberries, lime and lychee).
In addition, Maxim Kravchenko has developed a line of original refreshing soft drinks (each 330 rubles). Fans of the classics will like Citron lemonade, where besides lime, orange and grapefruit, cranberry juice is added. The composition of Primavera lemonade includes mango, orange and ginger ale – perfectly quenches thirst even on the hottest days. The delicate and delicate taste of Milk & Honey lemonade is raspberries, coconut milk and soda. Fans of spices should order Passion Cooler – a fragrant, bright and rich drink with orange, passion fruit and cranberry juice with the addition of cinnamon and caramel.
Sixty Restaurant hosts a festival of Thai cuisine
From May 23 to 30 in Sixty (Presnenskaya nab. 12, “Federation Tower”, 62nd floor) you can order dishes from a special Thai set menu developed by chef Gigg (Mr. Kamola Chobdi-Ngama), who is the owner of the Lerd restaurant Tip in Thailand, as well as the winner of prestigious culinary contests such as Iron Chef Thailand and Dish Thailand.
The menu will include classic Thai dishes – a bright salad with papaya and shrimp and sour-hot soup Tom Yam Kung based on chicken broth with shrimp and lemongrass. For hot, you will be offered Pad Thai fried rice noodles with shrimps with a special sauce, chopped peanuts and bean sprouts. A great alternative would be green curry with chicken – an organic combination of spicy curry paste, creamy coconut milk flavor and tender chicken breast. Two dishes were also specially developed for Sixty Restaurant: a real Thai dessert made from rice flour with coconut milk, pumpkin and pandan ice cream and a light Mango Cocktail based on mango whiskey.
The idea to hold a Thai cuisine festival in the capital and its embodiment belongs to the Royal Thai Embassy in Moscow, the Ginza Project and Thai Airways International. This event should showcase the diversity of Thai cuisine and amazing Thai authentic dishes.