Bistrot Le Moujik
A French bistrot on the Fontanka River

Our French bistrot Le Moujik in Petersburg has a simple menu, a wonderful view of the Fontanka River, a relaxed atmosphere, and excellent wines.

The word Bistrot is French, but it appeared thanks to Russians. They would impatiently demand service "bistro!" which translates as fast, and in response the French developed an entire genre of eatery where
you are served immediately, and without the time-consuming ceremony of a restaurant.
A French bistrot on the Fontanka River

Our French bistrot Le Moujik in Petersburg has a simple menu, a wonderful view of the Fontanka River, a relaxed atmosphere, and excellent wines.

The word Bistrot is French, but it appeared thanks to Russians. They would impatiently demand service "bistro!" which translates as fast, and in response the French developed an entire genre of eatery where
you are served immediately, and without the time-consuming ceremony of a restaurant.
French Breakfast
At Le Moujik you can enjoy breakfast every weekday from 8 in the morning to midday. On weekends, breakfasts are served through until 6 in the evening.

Every morning you can choose a breakfast dish from the chef's menu, or put together your own variation – a croissant, a glass of champagne, an omelet, or perhaps a croque madam, brioche, a baguette, porridge or Russian tvorog cheese curds.

And sometimes, you really need an onion soup for breakfast.
Breakfast menu
French Breakfast
At Le Moujik you can enjoy breakfast every weekday from 8 in the morning to midday. On weekends, breakfasts are served through until 6 in the evening.

Every morning you can choose a breakfast dish from the chef's menu, or put together your own variation – a croissant, a glass of champagne, an omelet, or perhaps a croque madam, brioche, a baguette, porridge or Russian tvorog cheese curds.

And sometimes, you really need an onion soup for breakfast.
Breakfast menu
A Petersburg Interior
The Petersburg designers Mikhail Barkhin and Andrei Dmitriev drove around village markets, flea markets antiques fairs in the south of France in order to buy crockery, furniture, utensils, pots, mirrors
and decorative items for Le Moujik.

Our Provence chairs with wickerwork seats are over a hundred years old – they're not just like the seats depicted in Van Gogh's canvases, they're actually from the very same region where the artist lived.
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A Petersburg Interior
The Petersburg designers Mikhail Barkhin and Andrei Dmitriev drove around village markets, flea markets antiques fairs in the south of France in order to buy crockery, furniture, utensils, pots, mirrors and decorative items for Le Moujik.

Our Provence chairs with wickerwork seats are over a hundred years old – they're not just like the seats depicted in Van Gogh's canvases, they're actually from the very same region where the artist lived.
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A Petersburg meal
One of the finest city views in Petersburg, classic French food, all on the embankment of the Fontanka River.

You can eat lunch or dinner at Le Moujik from midday to midnight. Every day, the restaurant presents what we love about French cuisine – onion soup, coq au vin, duck confit, ratatouille, boeuf bourguignon,
tartare and snails. And, of course, there is our Alsace onion tart.
Main menu
A Petersburg meal
One of the finest city views in Petersburg, classic French food, all on the embankment of the Fontanka River.

You can eat lunch or dinner at Le Moujik from midday to midnight. Every day, the restaurant presents what we love about French cuisine – onion soup, coq au vin, duck confit, ratatouille, boeuf bourguignon,
tartare and snails. And, of course, there is our Alsace onion tart.
Main menu
Le Moujik's head chef
is Russian!


The head chef at Le Moujik, Ruslan Ageichenko, is a talented professional with a wealth of experience in French cuisine and in preparing French dishes with the freshest, highest quality ingredients available in Russia.

Aged 38, he has spent 21 years working in kitchens, often with the top French chefs running restaurants in St. Petersburg, and worked extensively in France. For Le Moujik, he has put together a
very strong team. Coincidentally, he has also cooked in these premises in the past – he once took part in a competition here using local ingredients. A competition that he won.




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Le Moujik's head chef
is Russian
!

The head chef at Le Moujik, Ruslan Ageichenko, is a talented professional with a wealth of experience in French cuisine and in preparing French dishes with the freshest, highest quality ingredients available in Russia.

Aged 38, he has spent 21 years working in kitchens, often with the top French chefs running restaurants in St. Petersburg, and worked extensively in France. For Le Moujik, he has put together a very strong team. Coincidentally, he has also cooked in these premises in the past – he once took part in a competition here using local ingredients. A competition that he won.




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Wine bar
You can treat yourself to a quick tipple at our bistrot. We offer over 50 different
wines, from the French classics to Russian wines, with Spanish, Italian and Austrian examples along the way.

But if you don't have the time to sample these delights at the bar, you can take a
bottle home with you, with a 10% discount. You can also buy our French pates, cheeses and baguettes to take away.
Wine bar
You can treat yourself to a quick tipple at our bistrot. We offer over 50 different wines, from the French classics to Russian wines, with Spanish, Italian and Austrian examples along the way.

But if you don't have the time to sample these delights at the bar, you can take a bottle home with you, with a 10% discount. You can also buy our French pates, cheeses and baguettes to take away.
Contact us
+7 (999) 219-28-13
bistro@lemoujik.ru
52 Fontanka River Embankment, St. Petersburg
Contact us
+7 (999) 219-28-13
bistro@lemoujik.ru
52 Fontanka River Embankment, St. Petersburg