I ate lunch at an iconic Moscow restaurant in an 18th-century mansion –

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Café Pushkin is the one of the most iconic restaurants in Moscow.Named after Russian poet Aleksandr Pushkin, the restaurant opened in 1999 in a renovated 18th-century Baroque mansion in central Moscow.On TripAdvisor, it has more than 8,100 reviews with many describing it as “legendary,” “iconic,” and “like visiting a museum.”On the advice of a local, I went to Café Pushkin for lunch one day. The food was delicious — albeit expensive — and I did feel like I was eating in a museum.Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.Moscow may not have any Michelin-starred restaurants, but it’s home to its fair share of fine dining establishments.Two Moscow restaurants — White Rabbit and Twins Garden — made the 2019 World’s 50 Best Restaurants list, a ranking based on the opinions of international chefs,
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