Dizengoff 99 Restaurant In Moscow

Inspired by the culture of Tel-Aviv, Dizengoff 99 is a cafe restaurant in Moscow’s Garden Ring. Taking its name from the 70s iconic Israeli film ‘Dizengoff 99’, it reflects the modern spirit of the capital.

One can taste specialities such as shakshuka or hummus in the minimal setting of stripped walls and wooden furnishings. The sober space was conceived by Harry Nuriev and Dmitry Vorontsov of Crosby Studio, who compensated for interior’s simplicity with a bold, painted exterior.


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