For many years restaurant “Café Pushkin” on Tverskoy Boulevard in Moscow has been serving staples of Russian nobility cuisine in the splendid atmosphere of the old aristocratic mansion.
Resident Head Chef of Café Pushkin.
In 1999 Andrei Makhov was invited to head the kitchen of a restaurant that had not yet opened.“Andrei Dellos won me over with one thing he said, which I still love to repeat. He said, ‘Café Pushkin is a place our grandchildren will visit,” Makhov later recalled.
The success of Andrei Dellos’s restaurant can be explained simply: “We’ve created harmony at “Pushkin” – here even mistakes turn into advantages”
Despite looking like a nineteenth-century mansion, the restaurant was actually built from scratch. All that survives from the original building is the facade wall – now converted into a building which is indistinguishable from a historic monument.
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26-A Tverskoy Boulevard, Moscow, Russia