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Moscow Will Introduce Dishes Of Different Peoples Of the World
December 28, 2017 17:38

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The city residents will be able to taste dishes of different peoples of the world from December 22 to January 14. Japanese Gedza dumplings will be cooked on the Revolution Square, and Tatar Gubadia layer cakes - on Kamergersky Lane, as the web portal of the Moscow Mayor reports.

More than 100 restaurant chalets will be working on the venues of the “Journey to Christmas” festival which will be held in Moscow from December 22 to January 14. The residents of Moscow and the city visitors will be invited to taste dishes of different peoples of the world in these chalets.

“The most part of all restaurant chalets (20) will work on Revolution Square. Eight chalets will be placed on Manezhnaya Square and seven - on New Arbat. Other venues will have one to three chalets” - the press service of the organizers of “Journey to Christmas” told.

You will be able to taste cedar pancakes with honey and pancakes made of cherry tree flour, drink a hot decoction of blooming sally with raspberries and dewberry on Revolution Square.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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