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The New Grabli Restaurant Opens at the Evropeisky Mall
Text Alevtina Kashitsina

November 14 was the opening day for a new restaurant run by Roman Rozhnikovsky. This is his first restaurant for the Grabli chain. Matvey Ganapolsky, the host at the opening ceremonies, noted that Rozhnikovskys restaurants are created for a wide audience. Indeed, the variety of cuisine and dishes (about 200!) is impressive. But the more surprising thing is the bill, which is on average about 10 US dollars. The design of the two halls, which can host about 300 guests, has been decorated by architect Alena Tabakova. The fi rst hall resembles a forest of orange trees. You can have your meal in the shadow of fruit trees and feel as if you are somewhere at the seaside. The other hall is a city park, with garden pavilions and a collection of clocks with different times on each one. It is as if they are saying, Forget about time and enjoy what you are eating. And one of the brightest features is the view of Moscow. A beautiful design, a convenient location, and of course food at reasonable prices. The view is both spectacular and free.







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