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Beluga

Alexander Rappoport’s caviar-heavy brasserie

Credit: Alexander Podgornykh
Credit: Alexander Podgornykh
Credit: Alexander Podgornykh
Igor Konev Credit: Alexander Podgornykh
Credit: Alexander Podgornykh

The lavish setting of this must-visit inside the Hotel National is entirely appropriate. With furnishings such as the majestic chandeliers and views out across Moscow’s historic rooftops – including the Kremlin – as the backdrop, Beluga’s dining room is the place to enjoy an unprecedented 24 varieties of caviar. You can sample this delicacy in a tasting menu, or in sandwiches. Aside from caviar, the restaurant is not exactly lacking in its other dishes: try the vinegret salad and Sosva herring or the Kiev cutlet mixed into tantalising ice cream.

 

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