Moscow, Russia is a city overwhelmed with luxury, beautiful women, gorgeous architecture, and some of the best restaurants in the world. One such restaurant is Cafe Pushkin. A beautifully designed restaurant made to feel like a nineteenth century aristocrat’s house, Cafe Pushkin is frequented by many of Russia’s social elite and has become immensely popular in Moscow. Cafe Pushkin is known for food so tasty, it will make you feel like you are a Tsar. Some standout dishes are: The classic Russian Olivier salad, Beluga Caviar with blinis, The Kulebyaka Petrovskaya, which is pie stuffed with veal, mutton, and port, topped with sour cream sauce, and the Grilled Lemon Sole served with sautéed asparagus, crab ravioli, and tarragon white oil sauce, topped with pine nuts. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Cafe Pushkin has a different menu for each of its two dining halls, as well as a “Gastronomical Premiere” menu. The restaurant has the highest level of service, and with all the delectable food being served alongside an excelled vodka selection, it is not hard to understand why Cafe Pushkin is so popular.