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Chinese cuisine is one of the most ancient, nourishing, and diverse cuisines in the world. Chinese dishes often vary wildly from one region to another. Downtown Moscow is peppered with restaurants that reflect this variety. Literally, you will find everything here-from dumplings, chow mein, and wonton to mooncake and congee. From green tea to noodle houses, there’s a wealth of Chinese restaurants. Let us open the ancient gates to this country with our guide to the best Chinese restaurants in Moscow.
Another modern restaurant in the center of Moscow with the spirit of Hong Kong bars and restaurants is on the top floor of the highest buildings in the world—the 24th floor of Holiday Inn Hotel in Sokolniki district. Serving yum cha, cocktail jugs, and green tea during the day, Hong Kong operates more as a modern Asian diner in the evening. The bar menu is very huge and you can literally order anything your soul craves. The dining menu is rich. Chef Dmitry Shurshakov’s mains are just as inventive—try the crispy Peking duck, spring rolls with lime leaf and rice vinegar syrup, or typical Chinese ice cream with a low fat level and coconut cream.
Madame Wong is a Chinese cuisine restaurant opened by the team of restaurateurs “Zotman&Ko:” Dmitry Zotov, Sergey Krylov, and Rinat Kuzin. There are a great variety of Southeast Asian dishes on the menu. A special focus on the menu is on healthy food. This restaurant is a place for dynamic, modern, and outgoing people. Daytime weekends are good for those who wish to spend time with family but are tired of pelmeni and borsch and want to get new gastronomic experiences. The evenings here are great for cocktails and dim sums.