An Argentine-Mallorcan chef plating up Mediterranean-leaning dishes hooked on updated Russian classics and global inspiration using molecular-style technique. It shouldn’t work, but it does. Adrián Quetglas’s restaurant in Moscow’s buzzy Tverskoy District has something for everyone, from okróshka (a cold Russian soup) with mustard ice cream to Cinco Jotas jamón Iberico. Presentation is top class – keep an eye out for the playful pâté shaped like a rubber duck and covered in an orange glaze. Industrial high design and an open kitchen provide the backdrop. Affordable, affable and absolutely delicious.
Bolshaya Gruzinskaya Ulitsa 69, Belorusskaya, Moscow, 123056