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War and Peace at Brasserie Most

In honor of the premiere of the opera "War and Peace" on the stage of Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Music Theater, a thematic dish appeared on the menu of a French brasserie - pot-au-feu beef

The French Brasserie Most continues to collaborate with the Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Music Theater and in honor of the commencement of the jubilee, 100th theatrical season and at the same time in honor of the resumption of the War and Peace opera, which will premiere on September 14, introduces a special dish.

The gastronomic plot from chef Jean-Luc Moll is on par in complexity and grandeur with a theatrical production, and in terms of power it can be compared with the music of Sergei Prokofiev and the performance of Alexander Titel. First stewed, and then grilled beef with mushroom broth from stewing in the role of sauce — this is a real gastronomic metaphor. The war is, first of all, fire, therefore the dish was chosen under the name pot-au-feu (feu — "fire" in French), and therefore the final roast of beef is grilling. Mushrooms are used because the French army probably used to put everything that was in the forests along the road of attack into the kettles of the camp kitchen. "Peace" is to be found in the tradition of the recipe, characteristic for that historical era, as well as the decoration of the dish in the form of delicate food colors set up in a peaceful way. A themed meal is available to guests of the Brasserie Most until the end of fall.

What could be nicer than an evening dedicated to art? After a premiere, as well as any opera or ballet at the Moscow Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Musical Theater, Brasserie Most invites you to dinner. High gastronomy and exquisite work by the chef from Bordeaux Jean-Luc Molle is the ideal continuation of the theater evening at Moscow Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Musical Theater: it's best to discuss the watched performance during dinner cooked by a real culinary artist. The theater and the restaurant continue the joint offer: upon presentation of the ticket, the guest will be given a pleasant discount of 10% of the bill.
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