Moscow - Wine & Crab Restaurant

Moscow Rules, Part 6: Wine & Crab

Located on Moscow’s Tretyakov Passage, a hyper-central, posh alleyway framed by medieval-looking archways, Wine & Crab is the brainchild of identical twins Sergey and Ivan Berezutskiy, two rising stars of the New Russian restaurant scene, both co-owners and executive chefs. The pair, originally from the Krasnodar region, first gained fame separately, training at different acclaimed restaurants […]

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Serbian Food - Grilled Pork Neck Steak, Bayildi and Morava Salad

Serbian Pork Neck Steak, Bayildi and Morava Salad

Taking a short break from the Moscow series, I’d like to continue another collection of posts that I’ve been developing little by little each year: the former Yugoslavia grill project. I’ve already created a Croatian pljeskavica  last year and a Bosnian ćevapi the year before, so today we’ll try a Serbian pork neck steak. While the classic mixed […]

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Russian Bulava Steak, Kasha and Aligot

Russian Bulava Steak, Kasha and Aligot

On the heels of my Voronezh review, here’s my take on the Bulava steak, aka tomahawk. Since I suggested that Voronezh should try creating agenuinely Russian steakhouse not only with the meat it serves, but also in the sides and accompaniments, I figured I should give it a go myself. I can think of many […]

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