This is the second most popular iconic place after Friends, in terms of the Novosibirsk bar culture.
By the way, its owner, Vyacheslav Yakovlev, was involved in both bars, so his name has become something like a hallmark of quality among the local bar crowd. Opening this classic British bar took some solid preparation work, which went as far as a trip to London, where the operators learned how to make the cocktails and collected ideas for the menu and for the interior design.
The result is one of the most stylish bars in Novosibirsk, located at an old two-storied mansion on Potanina Street. Its two ground floor rooms are named after the districts of the city that inspired the idea: Notting Hill, equipped with soft armchairs and a fireplace for a leisurely dining experience, and Soho, designed for lively parties and concerts. The second floor is taken up by an exclusive gentlemen's club that serves aged whiskey, and the basement houses a cozy pub.
The cuisine at Twiggy is mostly European, but there are a few Asian options as well – otherwise, the menu wouldn't be complete. Regulars recommend ordering pasta with seafood and cuttlefish ink, duck leg confit and cured beef tartare. It is also recommended that you try all the cocktails. Indeed, is there a better way to spend an evening in the emerging bar capital of Russia?
Average check: 700–1200 rubles per person. Business lunch is 350 rubles.