Do your feet ache? In need of refreshment? Cafe Pushkin in a Moscow legend. At first sight, it looks like an old library of an English club, but they server here Russian bliny with black caviar, sturgeon, borshch and many other delicious meals, both Russian and French.
The cafe seems to be stuck in Pushkin’s times (the waiters evern have side-whiskers), but its origins were quite different: Gilbert Becaud once sang about taking a girl named Natalia to Moscow’s Cafe Pushkin for a cop of hot chocolate. When the first foreign tourists arrived in the 1990s, they looked for the cafe, but no such place have ever existed. To the Russians created it for them.