Moscow, Kuznetsky Most str., 7
+7 495 628 7678
In Old Moscow, from the second floor of a unique Moscow mansion on Kuznetskiy most find a vivid contrast in the interior of the Mr. Lee restaurant. The main reference point for creating the special atmosphere of
Mr. Lee became oriental restaurants of Shanghai. The focal point is a wooden pagoda, bought by Arkady Novikov in Singapore for his private collection. This point could be considered as the beginning of Mr.Lee history. The restaurant boasts traditional pan Asian cuisine. The majority of the menu is devoted to large selection of Chinese dishes as well as dishes from Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore. Poached egg in sweet soy sauce, chicken salad with shrimps and pomelo, hot and sour seafood soup and crispy shrimps in tom yam sauce got the best recommendations from the chef Jonathan Curtis. The restaurant opened in February 2010.

The classic interior of the Moscow mansion is gradually filled with oriental and colorful details, starting from the front staircase leading to the second floor, to the main halls, where it is transformed into a Shanghai restaurant with rich shades of red and blue against dark wood, bamboo lamps made of green glass in the bar, silk screens on the walls and red chandeliers. And all this is united around the central "exhibit" - an antique wooden pagoda in a glass cube, brought from Singapore.

Jonathon Curtis

Chef Mr. Lee

Jonathon Curtis

Jonathon Curtis


Jonathon Curtis was born October 20, 1983 in Sydney, Australia.
The first serious experience in cooking - breakfast for his mom on Mother's Day.
At age 13, Jonathon Curtis tried his hand in a French restaurant kitchen Pithiviers as an assistant.
In 2003, he acquired culinary skills in the kitchen cafe Le Leaurant (France). He graduated from high school in the direction of Design and Technology.
At age 16, leaving to study in Sydney Oxley Collage on a gastronomic course. He works for renowned Australian chefs: from Darren Taylor (Gastronomy), Jeff Turnbull (Aqua Dining).
In Moscow, Jonathon Curtis came by invitation. He worked as a sous-chef in the pan-Asian cuisine restaurant "Nedal'niy Vostok"
In cooking he loves to improvise. He would like to open his own Asian restaurant in every major city in the world. He loves to travel and explore different cultures through their cuisines, language, habits.
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Mr. Lee
Moscow, Kuznetsky Most str., 7 +7 495 628 7678
Cuisine:Pan-Asian, original

Average check:2400rub.
Working time (opening time):12:00 until the last guest.

We accept (payment):Visa, Mastercard, American Express

Number of seats:120