Take your tastebuds to new heights at Moscow’s Sakhalin Restaurant, with some of the most exquisite seafood – and views – in the city.
Sakhalin Restaurant is the crème de la crème of Moscow’s seafood dining establishments. Occupying the 22nd and 23rd penthouse floors of the revamped Azimut Hotel, it offers the finest sushi, fish and seafood from across Russia — all against a soaring 360-degree backdrop of the capital city’s Kremlin, high rises and vibrant downtown core.
An “elegant-chic” dining experience awaits, with snow-white tablecloths and a cozy atmosphere. The expansive menu, a “MediterrAsian” medley, marries Mediterranean flavours and Asian flair that the most die-hard “seafoodies” will appreciate. Drop in for a mid-day pick of the raw bar to admire the city by day, or deck out for an elegant night embraced by Moscow’s sunset and nighttime vibes. Dig into fluffy pancakes served with caviar, King crab tartar with avocado and mango, traditional Sakhalin “Ukha” seafood soup, or a variety of sushi, sashimi and rolls. Each detail in the interior design has been carefully considered. Nature-inspired forms, marble textures and dynamic chandeliers make for a stylish interior, while the raw bar and aquarium command the heart of the restaurant.
Sakhalin is the brainchild of restauranteur Boris Zarkov and chef Vladimir Mukhin of the famous White Rabbit Family. The 188-seat restaurant, which opened in December 2019, is the namesake of the town of Sakhalin, Russia’s easternmost island.