We visited this diner during our recent visit to Moscow, and I must confess to being quite impressed with our lunch. It was a 15-minute stroll from the Hilton Leningradskaya, and very easy to find.
Despite none of my family speaking any Russian, the staff all tried very hard to help us with their knowledge of English.
When we arrived, the Sunday lunchtime rush was in full swing (it was a little after 3pm), and we were asked to have a seat at the bar until a booth became available. Although the waitress told us it could be 10-15 mins, it really was more like 5 when she came back to show us to our table.
The menu was dual language Russian / English, so it was extremely easy for us to pick what we wanted, and then ordering only required some pointing. The music soundtrack was very much rooted in 1950's and 60's American rock'n'roll, but all good nonetheless.
The menu was “typical” American diner fare, heavy on the burgers, milkshakes and cocktails, but with plenty of other salad or noodle options for vegetarians. The Russian beer on draught was also good, but I honestly can’t remember the name of it (in either language !).
The bill was very reasonable (for Moscow), and both the quality and presentation of our food was very good.
If we return to Moscow, we will likely return to the Beverly Hills Diner.
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