There are tons of Pan-Asian cuisine restaurants in the world and in Moscow, in particular, but those ones that pursue work and do not close down after a year can be counted on one hand. These include Asia Hall "live kitchen" - the beloved place of Moscow gourmets that has been welcoming guests for more than ten years. The most exigent gourmet's, in turn, do appreciate the concept of the food and drink venue, which echoes the two core principles of Asia: always be open to people and combine the uncombinable harmoniously. It matches up with the kitchen, interior as well as attentive staff.
The special pride as well as the main difference of Asia Hall “live kitchen” makes its open kitchen with wok and sushi bar. Guests place an order and a couple of minutes after they can watch the dish being cooked. Also, the interior, created by the prominent architect Alexei Tsygankov, is distinguished by red and brown shades with elements of gold, which perfectly corresponds to Asian traditions. Plus, it's worth mentioning that the restaurant has one-of-the best-in-town summer veranda. You can enjoy the space of the terrace on the third floor of the Vremena Goda Galleries daily from 11 am to midnight.
Specially invited Singaporean chef Jack Wong runs the kitchen at the Asia Hall gastronomic project. Specialist in Pan-Asian cuisine with international recognition has created an impressive menu including several sections. Wok, sashimi, soups, tartars, steaks, a huge selection of rolls, sushi, duncans, dim sum, rice and noodles in a variety of formats, exotic pizza takes a special part, as well as a large selection of desserts. There also have been created special meals for children, which are served completely free of charge. And take a look at the bar list - it is as rich and diverse as the main menu: Asian cocktails, a special selection of Jack Wong teas, wine list and much more. There is also a collection of sugarcane hookah.