Mini-markets AB Daily
The ABC of Taste retailer has opened AB Daily mini-supermarkets in Moscow. The emphasis in the new stores was on ready-made meals and products for every day. Here you can buy salads, soups, fruit slices and sets of meat and fish dishes with a side dish, as well as fresh pastries and takeaway coffee. All food is cooked in the factory-kitchen of the company and stored no longer than three days. The average check in mini-markets is 400 rubles.
So far, two stores are operating in Moscow under the guise of AB Daily: on Butyrsky Val, 10 and Leninsky Prospekt, 91.
Menu Carlo Greco at Leveldva
In the gastronomic club Leveldva, on the second floor of the Ugolyok restaurant, the new menu, which will be valid until July 14, this time is the chef of the Carlo and Sixty Carlo Greco restaurants.
Carlo's menu has seven dishes, one of which is dessert. The best dishes, according to the editors of Life around, are Sardinian frigola with botarga, shrimp, green peas and beans, cilantro, green pea pods, carrots and pike caviar (botarga gives unusual bitterness to the whole dish) and halibut, which is served on two bruschettas, lying in a tomato sauce (toasted bread is conveniently dipped in a perfect tomato sauce). Lamb shank with mashed green peas, a good calm dish, Greek is going to redo the other day to have a “wow!”, Adding a bright Asian accent. There is also a risotto with curry, seafood and thinly sliced zucchini on the menu - it’s worth recalling that Carlo Greku is almost the main specialist in this dish in Moscow, which absolutely proves his risotto in Carlo’s House.
Cafe Mr. Pit
Near the metro station "Kropotkinskaya" opened a cafe Mr. Pit. The menu includes chicken, beef tenderloin or tuna. The selected base is fried, mixed with vegetables and sauces and wrapped in pita medium (from 160 to 180 rubles) or large (from 210 to 270 rubles) sizes. If desired, all the ingredients can be taken with you as a salad. There is also a vegetarian pita and 4 cheese cheeses on the menu. Of the drinks - tea, coffee, beer and soda. For check-in at the institution, hot tea or coffee will be served for free. For regular visitors there is a promotion - every tenth pita is free.
Now the cafe is open daily from 07:00 to 00:00, and from September will switch to a round-the-clock mode of operation.
Eat Standing Kiosk in Gorky Park
The culinary project "Eat while Standing", which began with participation in the City Food Market and other metropolitan festivals, opened its first permanent place - a wooden kiosk in Gorky Park.
Israeli street food is served here in pita: shawarma with chicken and falafel with tahini, mango sauce and pickles. Mixture for falafel, as well as for the sauce, is brought from Israel. Both dishes cost 250 rubles each.
Of the drinks - lemonades of 150 rubles each, as well as strawberry and lemon (with the addition of orange and mint) ice. Soon they promise to add ice from coffee to the menu.
The kiosk is located to the right of the central alley, next to the Wing or Leg restaurant, and is open every day from 12:00 to 22:00
Mini coffee shop and Camera Obscura store
On the Danilovsky market, to the right of the main entrance, a mini-coffee shop and Camera Obscura store opened. They sell coffee in the form of grain and tea from Taiwan in small vacuum packaging. "Several magnificent oolongs, some of which are generally not delivered to Russia by anyone except us. These are Eastern Beauty, and Red Jade, Taiwanese teguanyin and Alishan alpine oolongs. It makes them one of the small, but very famous manufacturers that we are associated with long-standing friendships, ”says Camera Obscura roastier Pavel Zhuravlev.
Coffee in the pavilion will be prepared more for testing than for sale: v60, aeropress, promise that "something will always be brewed in a filter coffee machine." Over time, there will begin to sell various devices for making coffee at home: coffee grinders, French presses and so on. Camera Obscura will work according to the schedule of the Danilovsky market, that is, from 08:00 to 20:00.