On the premises of the former Badaevsky brewery Arkady Novikov and Dmitry Azarov have launched cheese manufacture and opened a new restaurant with a self-explanatory name Syrovarnya.
According to the traditional Italian technologies, high-skilled cheesemongers make 5 kinds of soft cheese there: Mozzarella, Burrata, Stracciatella, Caciotta and Ricotta. All guests can degustate different sorts of cheese choosing from the special menu section. Here you can find ripe Caciotta and some sorts of fresh chesse which can be kept only for 3 days. In the nearest future special boxes for hard cheese ripening will be placed there.
The first concept chief cook is Yury Rozhkov (the adept of "simple food" concept) who is famous for participating in popular cooking shows and for his brilliant work in Vogue Café since its establishment. The second concept-chief is Sergey Nosov, who also handles the cuisine of the Prichal restaraunt.
The chiefs have developed the original menu of simple meals in country style, most of which are cooked with cheese, made in this restaurant. For example, you can taste baked vegetables accompanied with Mozzarella, tomatoes and ruccola with Stracciatella and wonderful Tiramisu made of Ricotta. For appetizers the guests can choose special focaccia or bruschettas,and a meat soup for the first course. The main course may include spareribs with buckwheat and cabbages or Karelian trout with potatoes and rosemary. Besides there is a variety of homestyle pies for a sweet course.
The visitors can also taste farm chiken and traditional pizza cooked in the wood stove, fresh pasta and different meat roasted on charcoal grill.
Basing on family-concept, Syrovarnya offers the wide range of dishes for family dinner. For example large portions of beef Stroganoff with mashed potatoes, chiken giblets with potatoes or Tambovsky ham with scrambled eggs are served on big frying pans.
The design of the restaurant was developed by Sundukovy Sisters, who perfectly integrated the open kitchen into the former factory area, and created a happy blend of cozy sofas with modern art interior by Recycle Art Group, where even the bust of David Michelangelo has found its place.