Restaurants & Bars
There is a famous moment in Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina when Prince Oblonsky arranges a feast at home in Moscow; there is “caviar, herring, French bread, 6 different kinds of vodka; fresh perch and asparagus and roast beef, and wines to suit every dish” – French sensibility and Russian extravagance, shot through with an Mediterranean influence. You will find this same appealing character in the restaurants of the Hotel Baltschug Kempinski Moscow.
The Restaurant Baltschug Grill enjoys magnificent views of St Basil’s Cathedral, and the elegant Bar Lobby is famous in the city as the place where all of Moscow meets. Newly opened Cafe Kranzler is the new "it-place" for both business and leisure guests.