Restaurant Korsh Theater Reviews

An atmospheric restaurant at the dramatic Theater of Nations, located on Petrovsky Lane. The Korsh Theater is an institution with history – Chekhov and Stanislavsky met here in 1897.

The interior of the establishment very accurately recreates the atmosphere of the turn of the 19th-20th centuries. The main material here is wood, but thanks to the panoramic windows there is a lot of natural light in the hall. The space is decorated with an elegant antique bar, a fireplace and rare photographic portraits of the actors.

The menu includes exquisite Russian and European dishes in the author’s interpretation. For example, lamb shank served with potato cream and stewed quince in red wine. The presentation of dishes deserves special attention – it is an aesthetic pleasure for the eyes, thanks to the combination of different textures, tastes and colors. It’s worth paying attention to the restaurant’s signature dish – pike stuffed with spinach. This is Evgeny Mironov’s favorite dish, and 20% of each dish sold is donated to the Life in Motion charity foundation.

Wine is offered as an accompaniment. In the collection of the Korsha Theater restaurant you can find interesting examples from all over the world. For example, Russian Riesling with notes of citrus, French Pinot Noir with the aroma of juicy berries, or Italian wine made from Sangiovese grapes with hints of lavender, berries and spices.

lane Petrovsky, 3, Moscow
+7 (495) 694-50-38

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  1. Dining at this restaurant was a colossal mistake. The service was a disaster – our server seemed overwhelmed and disinterested in our table. When the food finally arrived, it was evident that it had been sitting out for an extended period. My pizza was cold and soggy, and the toppings were barely edible.

  2. I cannot express enough how terrible this restaurant is. The service was the worst I’ve ever encountered – our server ignored us for most of the evening. As for the food, it was inedible; my pasta was overcooked and drowned in a bland sauce, and the salad was clearly past its prime.

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