30 Pyatnitskaya Ulitsa, Bdlg. 4
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An expensive restaurant that trades on Louisiana's history as a cultural melting pot by serving American, Mexican and French influenced food. An extensive menu will make it hard to choose. Their Mexican section is filled with tasty options which can be spiced up to your preference. Most of their meat comes from New Zealand, Australia and Argentina and is sent directly without refrigeration. They also stock Russian beef for those on a budget. Perhaps the best steaks you will taste in Moscow, but you have to pay a packet for them. The Louisiana Steak House has tacky decor but a fairly lively atmosphere. The indoor seating area is quite small so it's a good idea to book a table. This is a great place to go in the summer months when the courtyard is open and their barbecue is in operation. Staff run the gamut from very friendly to complete wankers. They ought to understand that many foreigners (at least those from North America and Australasia) could have the same meal in their own countries for a fraction of the price so the service really needs to be top notch. Expect to spend about $80 per person, although you could get out of there for a bit less.