I often eat at Goodman's when staying on Tverskaya, especially when my steak-loving colleague comes along but fancied a change. I love seafood and this place hit the spot. You could choose lobster which would be wandering around the tank until moments before you ate it!
I ordered the crab and mushroom cocotte to start and it was superb. A really rich sauce, tonnes of mushrooms and plenty of crab - large pieces, none of this flaky stuff, and a cheese crust.
Main was seafood and grilled veg - plenty of scallops - queen and sea, octopus and prawns, the veg were aubergine, courgette and yellow pepper.
There was ample seafood - the main reason for ordering the dish, I grant you, but only one piece of each veg. I would have preferred a little more. The dish was very well flavoured and tasteed really fresh.
Dessert was a creme brulee with blueberries.
the restaurant was relatively quiet - Monday night, heavy snow in early February, but a really nice place.
Service was very good, my waiter was attentive and never far away, possibly becasue it was a little quiet, but he was not pushy in any way.
I am getting used to "moderate" pricing in Moscow equating to extortionate anywhere else. Three course and 2 glasses of one of the cheapest wines (tasted very good) left me R3000 lighter, but richer for the pleasure.
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