NORDEKA - New Russian cuisine with a Northern accent
A cozy two-storeyed mansion in the historical center of Moscow with a spacious terrace, cozy wine bar and wine cellar.
The interior, inspired by the minimalist style of Scandinavian countries, is literally inscribed in the existing architecture of the mansion - large windows, simple shapes with bright accents and warm wood. In the attic on the second floor you can organize a banquet and a celebration for every taste: from a chamber family event to a big social event.
The restaurant's cuisine is headed by the chef Eduard Volosatov. He worked with Thomas Muller (two Michelin stars) and in the best restaurants in Greece, Italy and France.
Inspired by unique Russian products, Eduard created a menu with a references to the numerous gastronomic resources of the northern regions. Nordeka's kitchen works only with the best suppliers and with the best quality products. The menu consists of hot and cold snacks, main dishes and dishes cooked on the grill.
You should pay a special attention to: «Duck pate with сranberry sauce», «Quail with mushrooms and mead sauce», «Sablefish and trout cutlets with sweet potato puree and velute», «Pike dumplings with tarragon dressing" and «Duck pie with mushroom sauce and pickled vegetables». Our special sauces from the chef will be the ideal addition to any dish from the menu : «Pepper-cherry», «Yogurt with cucumber», «Mushroom», «Spicy tomato» and «Cranberry».
Desserts, pastries and fresh bread made by confectioner Maxim Lysachenko. Short, but original menu will surprise even the most sophisticated guests - classic desserts transformed to take a fresh form and taste in the author's interpretation of Maxim. Fresh bread is baked daily in our own bakery in the restaurant.
Among the main favorites are: «Eskimo Cheesecake», «Ptichye Moloko with cranberries» and «Fondant with vanilla sauce and wild berry sorbet». Please pay a special attention to a home-made ice cream and sorbets: Strawberry, Vanilla, Pistachio, Chocolate, Pineapple.
The wine list is based on the Old World positions. Wines (starts from 260 rubles per glass) of Bordeaux, Burgundy, Piedmont, Tuscany and Veneto are the most universal and combines perfectly with all menu items.