The savvy luxury traveler knows: luxury isn’t always exclusively defined by price. Sometimes luxury is in the selection that you get to choose from. That is why in Moscow, you should not focus only on glitzy high-end restaurants. The city offers a wide range of brand-new food courts and street food markets that will delight even those with a discerning palate while giving your credit cards a well-deserved break. Here are Moscow’s best choices to eat delicious street food.
Central Market (Centralniy Rynok)
The central market on Trubnaya metro station opened as far back as 1840 and became the city’s main food market in the 1960s. Like so many of Moscow’s food courts, it underwent a major rehaul and was reopened in 2017. Nowadays, it’s divided into two zones. On the lower level, you can buy fresh foodstuff while on the ground floor, there are no less than 40 options