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On the Bell Street earned a wine bar Late Harvest

On Bell Street, the Late Harvest wine bar has been launched. Its founders Nikolai Sizov and Yulia Tushina have long been fond of wine, met at the sommelier school, but before they were not involved in the restaurant business.

Late harvest


Operation mode: 12: 0023: 00, Fridays and Saturdays until 00:00

Salads

Fresh vegetable salad with Asian dressing -290 rubles

Chevre goat cheese tomato salad -310 rubles

Uruguayan salad with grilled chicken -370 rubles

Snacks

Scallops with pumpkin cream -370 rubles

Flounder poached fondue from archery -390 rubles

Assorted Farm Cheeses -590 rubles

Idea

The main feature of the bar is a large selection of dessert wines. Hence the name, which in translation means "late collection". Prices at the bar are quite affordable. The cost of a glass of dessert wine starts from 240 rubles, a table - from 190 rubles.

Chef

Chef Stanislav Kubarev (Barbaresco, Swissam School) has set the kitchen with an emphasis on wine snacks. Here is homemade chicken liver pate (190 rubles), a line of dips served with ciabatta (250 rubles for four sauces), and empanados with green salsa (250 rubles).

Interior

The designers involved Lena Lee and Mila Morgunova. The bar is furnished with classic furniture. The design is dominated by dark calm tones with several bright accents.

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