The Cafe Pouchkine has become an institution in Paris, inspired by the cuisine of the Tsars, it will also delight lovers of pastries…
A beautiful view of the Church of the Madeleine
In 1999, the Russian restorer Andrei Dellos installed the concept created from scratch in the historic center of Moscow, near the Pushkin Theater. A second restaurant opened at Printemps Haussmann in 2010, followed by 4 others between 2013 and 2016 in Paris, London and New York. Madeleine’s Café Pouchkine is the latest addition to this beautiful family. Café Pouchkine de Madeleine is located at the corner of Boulevard de la Madeleine and Place de la Madeleine. The pastry shop, tea room, restaurant, grocery store and bar are located on three levels totaling 600 m². The place enjoys a very beautiful view of the Church of the Madeleine on the upper floors.
Inspired by the summer residences of the tsars
Painters, decorators, staffers, sculptors and cabinetmakers from Moscow have worked on a documented, very rich and narrative interior decoration that takes up ornamental elements from the interiors of the palaces of Saint Petersburg and the summer residences of the tsars. Many more or less old decorative pieces have been added to the decor. You can go there to drink a coffee, have an aperitif on the terrace, taste a pastry or treat yourself to a gourmet lunch or dinner in the tradition of 17th and 18th century cuisine. Many dishes are inspired by the great books of the cooks of the Tsars. The menu offers both formulas, a choice of snacks and à la carte dishes. Café Pouchkine here combines its authentic recipes with those created with the help of Ducasse Conseil. There are classics of Russian cuisine but not only: Piroshki, bortch, beetroot soup, caviars, beef Stroganoff and pelmeni of porcini mushrooms and foie gras, mimosa herring millefeuille, fine crayfish tart with porcini mushrooms, sturgeon in a delicate Aquitaine caviar jelly, eggs Benedict on blini.