The menu of the award winning Polo Club was considerably renewed and extended
The award-winning premier restaurant Polo Club at Marriott Royal Aurora (11 Petrovka Street, Moscow, Russia) serves the finest U.S. prime and Australian steaks as well as wonderful seafood. The new menu launched in March is a good confirmation of that.
The main stress in the new menu is still on the excellent steaks which won the Polo Club its well-deserved reputation. KOBE beef and US prime beef steaks with multiple side dishes continue to delight meat aficionados. A newcomer, Slow Roasted Prime Beef Filet, has to be ordered one day in advance. The process of slow roasting and smoking with cherry wood chips takes about 12 hours to result in a masterpiece that literally melts in your mouth.
Each of the menuâ€™s sections was reinforced by many dishes with Asian influences. Asian style Salmon Teriyaki, spicy yet tender salmon mixture served in a glass cone over a bed of ice, or Wasabi King Prawns, a to-die-for seafood masterpiece prepared to a crunchy perfection, in creamy Wasabi sauce.
Fish and seafood also witness many changes with five dishes, all of them new. Guests can choose between Pan-fried King Scallops, delicately soft Slow Cooked Salmon with Smoked Salmon and Spinach Ravioli. Those who favour mildly spiced and fragrant Vietnamese cuisine, will not miss King Prawns Vietnamese Style with Asian Vegetables and other exclusive dishes. Come and enjoy!
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