Whether stopping by after seeing an exhibition, popping in during a lunch break, or spending a romantic evening in an intimate setting, guests to the Garage Café can always expect to enjoy familiar classic dishes, as well as some seasonal newcomers, from head chef Denis Kalmis.
If you don't have much time to spare, the café can offer you a quick and tasty breakfast of Eggs Benedict with salmon and spinach, yogurt granola, or an egg-white omelette with shrimps. Or if it’s a takeaway you’re after, why not try our rye-bread sandwich with smoked chicken, parmesan, zucchini, and tapenade? For a more leisurely lunch, you can enjoy grilled salmon with an avocado and Kenyan bean salad, squid in pepper sauce with olives, lamb meatballs in mint sauce, or Chilean seabass cheeks served with lemon rice and coconut milk. And in addition to the café’s beloved pizza and kids’ menu, Kalmis has also created some new vegetarian dishes and desserts.
Garage Café has become a favorite eating place for art-lovers and food aficionados alike. Visitors can now experience the brand-new spring menu in the Café’s newly updated 1950s-style interior, characterized by its simple lines, minimalistic furniture, and experimental structure. The boarded counter, brass-covered tables, multifunctional furniture, and floor-to-ceiling windows looking out onto Gorky Park provide a comfortable and relaxing respite from the turmoil of the city.
Garage Café is designed by Natalia Lucchezi.
Garage Café is open daily:
Monday – Friday 11 am to 9 pm
Saturday – Sunday 11 am to 10 pm
Average meal price: 1000 rubles
Take away available