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Every gesture matters.

So our pelminis, one by one, are they carefully handled with a clamp.

Organize an event at Cafe Pushkin

It means satisfying the most creative and crazy requests which bring a festive scenery in our exceptional decor. Here is the ice sculpture in honor of TSUM Department Store Moscow, the time for a delicious dinner.

Available in our autumn menu

We are pleased to present you a classic revisited by Cafe Pushkin: cabbage stuffed with frayed beef, cream with horseradish.

A delicate creation signed Nina Métayer for #cafepouchkine

Deliciously regressive, here is our matryoshka childish caramel that will bring you back into childhood.
Delicately placed on its bbreton shortbread, it contains a caramel biscuit and a caramel air ganache, flavored with a hint of vanilla and tonka beans. Its now famous little hat in arabesque comes is delicately laid on its chocolate crunchy coating, which contains dolls, which contains dolls ...and a lot of sweetness ...

Palace of sweetness


A mini-version of famous Russian dessert, made of buckwheat biscuit, sgushenka cream (sweet condensed milk) and smetana-based cream (Russian sour-cream with a strong flavour)
Flavours: honey, banana, fleur d’orange, rose, griotte.


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A macaron is a small confection known all over the world. It was during the reign of Catherine Medici when this pastry was first introduced to France. Dalloyau, “officiers de bouche” of royal court (ancestors of famous pastry company) served them to Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette. It is only in 1830 that macaron acquired its modern shape of two paired shells. Buttercream or jam filling was added to the confection at the end of XIX century.
Cafe Pouchkine macarons are manually created confections of premium quality products.
Alongside with our “mini-Medoviks”, “pouchkinettes” choux, chocolates, confections, desserts and entremets, they are part of our great pastry tradition. They also have beautiful present boxes, that you can arrange depending of your taste.

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Treat yourself with pouchkinettes, delightful tiny pastries for gourmands and food lovers… Sparkled with colourful sugar matching their filling, they are offered in ten different flavours: salty caramel, Piémont hazelnut praline, raspberry estragon blend, fleur d’oranger, Tahiti vanilla, fragrant rose, strawberry banana blend, Rhum, lemon Basil, pistache Almond.

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Discover the world of Café Pouchkine

Designed exclusively to treasure our pastry creations, modern and luxurious packaging of “Café Pouchkine” is easy to recognize. Its bright and colourful stripes are a tribute to La Bayadère, a famous Russian ballet, first staged in the St. Petersburg Imperial Bolshoi Kamenny  Theatres on January 23rd, 1877.  
Originally choreographed by Marius Petipa, it was brilliantly interpreted by the great Rudolf Nureyev in 1992 at the Paris Opera. Thus, the colourful striped pattern resonates with both France and Russia, evoking the memories of the immortal ballet.

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Our inspiration

Franco-Russian heritage

Medovik, Nathalie, Pavlova, kulich, Russian tea-flavoured macaron… Café Pouckine is proud of its Franco-Russian origins. Through all the seasons for its pastry creations, Café Pouchkine uses typically Russian pastry ingredients, such as caramel, milk cream, buckwheat and buckwheat honey.

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Pastry creation

Creative chef Nina Metayer and executive chef Patrick Pailler duo are combining youth creativity with experience. Recognized chefs of patisserie world, every day they work on creating new pastries at Café Pouckine.

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Exquisitely exciting delights

Café Pouckine has joyful and welcoming patisserie. For small and big occasions, personal cake or an entremet for friends or family, our pastry delicacies are impossible to resist!

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More than 50 years ago the well-known French chansonnier Gilbert Bécaud wrote the song “Nathalie” and dedicated it to his Russian guide Natalia, whom he met while performing in Moscow. The song became astonishingly popular, and it is no wonder that both Moscow inhabitants and tourists tried to find “Café Pouchkine.”
And yet, merely being a poetic fantasy of Gilbert Becaud, it did not exist! But it was this image that inspired Andrei Dellos to re-create “Café Pouchkine”. And as a tribute to the memory of literary legend Alexander Pouchkine, he created a French-style café serving aristocratic Russian cuisine.


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