This café that stands in the trees and shrubs does not have a view over the lake, but it faces the Golitsyn Pond instead. It instantly feels like a teleportation to Bali – the setting features a big pool, wooden terraces, paper lanterns and cozy tables. In summer it is getting really hot here: the programme includes DJ sets, everybody dances till the dawn, and some daredevils would even dive into the pool in their clothes. Normally, people would come here to treat themselves to a spicy Thai food which is the most affordable in Moscow (2/3 of the menu here is based on Thai dishes), and refreshing lemonades.
- Ulitsa Krymsky Val, 9, building 22
- st. Park Kultury, Oktyabrskaya
- 1,500 rub.
- 7 (495) 782 58 13