On the Zvenigorodskoye Highway, the Cinq Sens bistro opened for 50 guests. This was reported to Life around by the owners of the establishment.
The Dutch chef at Cinq Sens is Antoine Fisser, a former Dutchman who previously worked at Duplo Restaurant. On the menu there are croquettes (listed as “bitterballs”) with beef, shrimp, curry chicken, mushrooms and cod (all for 490 rubles), goat cheese salad with honey, nuts and arugula (840 rubles), smoked roast beef with cucumber and seaweed salad (790 rubles), black cod with saffron sauce (1,540 rubles) and other dishes.
Address: 3 Zvenigorod highway
from 10:00 to 22:00
There is no wine list, since wine can be selected directly from the shelves; advises sommelier. The collection includes wines from France, Italy, Spain, Austria, Germany, the USA, Chile, South Africa, Argentina and New Zealand.
Also, drinks include homemade tangerine, pomegranate, raspberry and passion fruit lemonades for 340 rubles each, as well as tea, coffee, milkshakes and beer.
The average check at the institution is 3 thousand rubles and above.