Restaurateur Dmitry Zotov opens in mid-March in the Belaya Ploshchad business center the second gastropub Haggis in Moscow. About this Life around told representatives of the institution.
The new establishment is designed for 130 guests, which is slightly more than in the first Haggis on Petrovka.
The menu contains the same dishes as in the first restaurant. For example, a chef will cook nuggets from the head of a calf (460 rubles), baked beets with Greek yogurt (410 rubles), aspic from calf with cartilage and freshly grated horseradish (470 rubles), a baked turkey wing with curry (790 rubles), sausage seafood with mashed celery (560 rubles), pearl barley porridge with mushrooms and poached egg (520 rubles), as well as haggis (scottish a dish of lamb offal. - Note ed.) with crushed potatoes and stout sauce (760 rubles).
Address:Butyrsky Val, Building 10, BC "White Square"
from 10:00 until the last guest
In addition, the menu will include wild mushroom soup (370 rubles), lamb soup (370 rubles), Scottish cakes with wild duck (580 rubles) and Atlantic cod (580 rubles). Lime pie (350 rubles), wheat cheesecake with candied fruit (370 rubles) and apple pie with cinnamon (350 rubles) will be served at the restaurant for dessert. Representatives of the new Haggis say that the bar theme in the gastropub in "White Square" "will be wider." They also want to collect a large assortment of beer.
The bar will be open daily from 10 a.m. until the last guest, and they promise to work until Friday morning on the night from Friday to Saturday.
The first gastropub Haggis (located at Petrovka Street, Building 15, Building 1) Dmitry Zotov opened with sommelier Sergei Krylov in the summer of 2014. A table in the institution can be ordered by phone: +7 (495) 230-03-31.
Zotov also owns a chain of pizzerias Zotman Pizza Pie, Madame Wong, a restaurant serving authentic Chinese cuisine, and the Wing or Leg pub, which has now closed for renovations and will open in late January 2016.