MEGU is a trendy Japanese restaurant. MEGU, which is Japanese for blessing, strives for perfection of taste.
MEGU is a harmony of all the finest and rarest ingredients from all around the world and a blend of traditional and modern Japanese delicacies, including 20 authentic products that are unique for the Moscow market. MEGU also offers a wide selection of Japanese sake.
Two Japanese and two Russian chefs are responsible for the cooking and servicing of these gastronomic masterpieces. The masterful chefs` work can be observed through the open kitchen at the restaurant.
A recent novelty of the Moscow MEGU is an aquarium with fresh seafood. True gourmets can now feast their eyes on the exotic marine life and enjoy fresh delicacies such as Kamchatka crab, oysters, lobsters, scallops and mussels.
• Original design concept: bolts of brightly colored antique kimono fabrics cover The Kimono Lounge. Suspended in the main dining room is a traditional Japanese bronze temple bell called a “bonsho” bell. It is an exact replica of the largest bell in Japan which is hung in the Todaiji temple in Nara.
• A carefully selected wine and sake list.
• A sushi-bar with an open kitchen.
• 177 seats and 4 private rooms - Sakura, Kiku, Hanabi, Ran.