I love reading about new kosher restaurants in places where I don’t expect it. Not long ago, opening a Kosher restaurant in Moscow would’ve been unheard of. Now there’s a growing Jewish community to support it.
According to this article in the Moscow News, Noodles is a Brooklyn-inspired Kosher meat restaurant that has a nice interior, but doesn’t quite remind one of Brooklyn.
Its menu is mainly Euro-American cuisine, with a few “Jewish” dishes like Gefilte Fish, but not Matzo Ball soup.
Here’s a sample from their menu (prices are in Russian Roubles)
- Hummus with lamb 350
- Gefilte fish 380
- Beef noodles 450
- Smoked black cod 970
- Chocolate truffle 380
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Photo courtesy of Photo The Moscow News