Israeli chef reaches boiling point at upscale Moscow restaurant
Ilya Shalev, co-owner of the Russian capital's Ragout restaurant, pleases the muscovite palate with haute cuisine and, naturally, hummus.
MOSCOW - It’s a reasonably hectic night for Ilya Shalev, the expat Israeli chef presiding over the kitchen at Ragout restaurant in Moscow. The modern style bistro, just off the major hub of Belorussky train station, is the brainchild of Shalev and Alexei Zimin, a celebrity chef and restaurant owner. Tonight Ragout is teeming with the clientele any modern Russian restaurant owner would crave: on-the-go,...
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