On January 17, on the Rubinstein street, the restaurant "Junga Seafood & Bar" begins in test mode. This was reported to Life around by representatives of the institution. The organizers position “Junga” as an inexpensive place where you can try seafood and fish from the Far East, from Murmansk, Karelia and the Crimea.
"Junga Seafood & Bar"
ADDRESS:Rubinstein street, 23
average check: 1,000 rubles
Muksun Stroganin - 290 rubles
Julienne with Rapana -270 rubles
Black Sea red mullet -420 rubles
Olivier with crab - 390 rubles
White Sea mussels - 490 rubles
Crab Julienne -590 rubles
Phalanx of the crab -990 rubles
Magadan prawns - 990 rubles
IDEA: The main emphasis in the menu is made on northern deep-sea shrimps served with wasabi and garlic aioli (990 rubles), and Kamchatka crab, from which, for example, julienne (590 rubles), steam bao rolls (380 rubles) and spring rolls ( 420 rubles). For a snack, you can order sandwiches with cod liver (160 rubles), mincemeat (120 rubles) or smoked trout (180 rubles), as well as moussun sliced stroganina with Thursday salt (290 rubles), salmon tartare (390 rubles) or fish end Chips (390 rubles). In the bar card - a selection of wines (from 250 rubles per glass), beer (250-350 rubles), classic cocktails (380 rubles) and a line of homemade tinctures (150 rubles).
CHEF: The project’s chef is Danila Zhuravlev, who previously worked in Arkady Novikov’s Moscow restaurants, and since 2008, set the kitchen in the flagship projects of the Food Retail Group in St. Petersburg, including the Shater, Cafe People, Vosaduli and Tao restaurants .
INTERIOR: Design Studio for 90 seats was responsible for the design studio Suite. Rough metal was used in the interior, from which the waiters' stands, wardrobe, bar and open bases of sofas were made, as well as marble: from it were made countertops in shape resembling figures of whales.