The atmosphere of the new Rebecca cafe, recently opened in Moscow’s Khamovniki district in a modern residential complex, resembles the spirit of a Parisian cafe opened by representatives of the Jewish community. The French charm is felt in the interior, but the name of the place, Rebecca, has a Hebrew origin. Chef Grigory Chunikhin, known for the Lino Bistro and Cutfish projects, is responsible for the food. In the morning the cozy brasserie invites guests for a coffee and pastries, and in the evening – for a delicious dinner with a glass of wine in a warm interior. The menu does not have a clear reference to the cuisine of a particular country, there are only light references.
Authors: Bureau ARCHPOINT — Valery Lizunov, Sona Gamzyan
Photo: Olga Melekestseva