Ottepel. Building 311
The restaurant is open to visitors.
The building of the Ottepel restaurant is not an exact historic reconstruction but rather a game of association. Open brickwork, panoramic windows and the colossal colonnades of the central hall pay a tribute to the history of the Sericulture pavilion of 1956. And the interior design of the restaurant reminds guests of that historic period, but it remains stylish even today.
The chef, Andrei Mamontov, likes to surprise patrons with his gastronomic finds, so in his menu you will see such unlikely neighbours as Taiga-style pelmeni and burgers, pork belly udon and duck confit with currant sauce. Do not impulsively turn your nose up at these unusual combinations—they are definitely worth a try!