SHITTY FOOD AT A HIGH PRICE

Burgermeister Beer Restaurant near the red square. Good location, good terrace. Shitty Food.

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As I have mentioned many times in my blog, eating in a touristy area always has its cons.  That includes shitty food at a high price.

This particular eating session was a good example.  We were exhausted after a 2 hour tour inside the Kremlin walls.  Naturally we were thirsty and was craving a solid cold beer.  That’s when we saw this restaurant called “Beer Restaurant”.

I thought it was a gift from present.

Turned out to be a shit from hell.

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We ordered the wings and bear dumpling as starters. I never had bear before. Tasted like pork to me, that dish I enjoyed.  Almost felt like I was back in HK! Just give me some noodles and this is almost like a good ol wonton noodle dish.

The wings were meh. Small portion. Not a lot of taste. The celery sticks were better than the wings itself.

I ordered a burger. Burger was small, patty was dry, the condiments were not meshing well together. Overall a fail of a burger.

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But then it could also be me that is a fail. I keep ordering burgers in foreign places, when I should be eating out at russian restaurants. Yeah i know.

Hopefully I will get to eat some authentic russian food later in my trip.

Written from Patriarch’s Pond, Moscow on July 24, 2016

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2 thoughts on “SHITTY FOOD AT A HIGH PRICE

  1. There are so many amazing restaurants in Moscow. Why did you choose this one? 🙂 Btw I tend to think that if a restaurant serves beer in glasses with some beer brand’s name on them, it inherently can’t be a very high-end restaurant.

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