The Tsitsila restaurant is for those who are not in a hurry and prefer to spend their time with taste and pleasure
Tsitsila means “a chicken” in Georgian. In Russian, though, it sounds funny. Get used to this word! Soon it will be part of everyday talk of Muscovites, because that is the name of the Ginza Project’s new restaurant.
The chicken has hatched and went for a walk. It needs a green lawn, fresh air and water. There’s plenty of that in the surroundings – the restaurant is located in the most Dacha-like area of Moscow’s center. The area around Mosfilmovskaya and Minskaya streets represents hectares of park zones and real forests.
The wonderful location of the Tsitsila allows our guests to park at Minskaya street, across the road from the “Zolotye Kluchi” residential complex (the Tsitsila has its own free parking) and within just a few minutes they will be sitting at a cozy terrace, enjoing the view of a magnificent park and breathing fresh countryside-like air.
Our “Dacha” has lounges, tennis tables, children’s playground and an almost limitless park zone with a local landmark – picturesque lake.
In 5 minutes you forget that Kutuzovskiy Prospekt is near and that Minskaya street is traffic-jammed in both directions. Having placed your order, you can stroll to the lake. When you come back, you’ll find that your food is on the table and teases you with its smell.
Tsitsila – or chicken – has a whole page on the menu. Fried chicken, steamed chicken, baked chicken, stuffed chicken – and many, many more.
Traditional Georgian dishes aside – such as tender kebabs and spicy lobio – Chef suggests trying dishes of Uzbek cuisine. Experts assure – Chebureki, Uzbek pilaf and Manty dumplings are a must-eat.
The Tsitsila restaurant is for those who are not in a hurry and prefer to spend their time with taste and pleasure.