Expats living in Moscow have been alerted to the opening of the Radio City Bar & Kitchen, a burger bar serving up a slice of Americana in the heart of the Russian capital.
The Moscow News reports that the new eatery features a loud decor and food that will have any expat’s mouth watering.
Although the New York theme is difficult to overlook, head chef Alex Litzell is sure to accommodate those in search of food from other cultures and Russian, Italian, Greek, Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese dishes all find their place on the menu, making it truly an expat haven.
After sampling this impressive culinary roster, the paper declared: "We can’t wait to go back – there are so many interesting choices on the menu that we can’t help thinking about what to have next time."
While finding an exciting restaurant may not be a problem in Moscow, a recent HSBC Expat Experience has alerted potential expats to difficulties in enrolling in educational programmes and subscribing to medical care.
In this latter regard, a private expat medical insurance policy may afford peace of mind.
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