A seriously secret speakeasy, the Russians have certainly done this one right. Hidden in a historic area of Moscow under Petrovka Street, if you don’t know where to look then this place is genuinely not an easy find.
However if you find yourself walking past "Lucky Noodle" takeaway, you’re close. Ignore the look on the guy’s face as he serves chow mein and head to the back where a huge Russian 'host' will either open the curtain or simply say 'no', apparently the door policy is ‘face control’, so pout and look pretty.
Downstairs you’ll find a space made up of large stone arches, dim lighting and heavy old furniture. They offer a fantastic ever-evolving cocktail menu that they truly pride themselves on, solid cut crystal glasses and some of the best bartenders in town.
Piano and live jazz perk up the evenings and deep house DJs funk-up the weekends. A late licence and pan-Asian cuisine only deal the deal at this point.