Young Grigory Chunikhin has chosen the direction of comfort food with references to Italy. Peas mole, carne crudo with sibuletta onions, baked peppers with anchovies and chimichurri, salad with celery and young cheese, scallops with green peas, leeks with pecorino and pecan — the menu is diverse and adapted to any wine occasions.

The wine list is balanced and harmonious. There are classics from great wineries for every day and bright and interesting specialties from the young stars of the wine industry for those who want to experiment. The cocktail list is laconic, but noteworthy. All the mixes here are the handiwork of Tokyo Sushi’s head barman Jaroslav Kindzersky.
LINO is a small bistro on the corner of Ostozhenka and Khilkov Lane from a new tandem: restaurateur and co-owner of BB Group (Tokyo Sushi, Oblomov, Osteria di Campagna, etc.) Svetlana Drobot and chef Grigory Chunikhin.

In the laconic interior of the bistro different textures and materials organically come together — panoramic windows with a view of Ostozhenka, leather curtains, a wine cabinet in the window, a family table based on Italian sketches, vintage chairs, lamps on leather straps.

The atmosphere of sophistication, dishes cooked in a unique oven, a decent wine list — LINO on Ostozhenka will definitely become a special place of attraction.
LINO is a sophisticated and dynamic place about good food, good wine and the importance of enjoying every moment