The Morenado restaurant is a cozy and spacious hall and a terrace overlooking the Gulf of Finland.
The interior of the restaurant was designed to reflect the historical atmosphere of the village of Repino at the beginning of the 20th century as a country recreation place for Petersburgers of that time and representatives of the Silver Age.
Once the Karelian Isthmus was part of the Grand Duchy of Finland. But in 1870, movement began on the railway connecting St. Petersburg and the cities of Finland. This led to a real pilgrimage of the Russian nobility to the Finnish lands, the aristocracy discovered a real resort for themselves on the territory of the modern Karelian Isthmus. The dachas built for the nobility have become a real work of architectural art.
OPERATING MODE OF THE RESTAURANT:
from 9: 00-22: 00
Without lunch and days off
Original fish and meat dishes are waiting for you: dumplings with cod and shrimps with tartar sauce, grilled mackerel with tomato, red onion and cilantro salad, pork ribs glazed in barbecue sauce with stewed cabbage, dumplings with duck with sour cream and lingonberry sauce.
Chicken and pork shashlik, Dagestan lamb shashlik on the bone are cooked on the grill.
The menu of the Morenado restaurant is a reflection of the culinary traditions of our location, our way of showing guests another facet of the journey to the golden coast of the Karelian Isthmus.
The first decade and a half of the XX century. were the heyday of Russian national, as well as all-Russian cuisine, including both some regional Russian (Siberian, Volga) and foreign, or, as they were then called, foreign cuisines, namely - Polish, Ukrainian, Tatar, Georgian, Jewish and partly Moldavian (Bessarabian).
Sincerely yours, Andrey Pakhomov,
permanent chef of the "Repinskaya" hotel