Ekaterinburg has been linked to England and its special pub culture for a long time. At the end of the 19th century beer admirers highly valued the English Imperial Extra Double Stout produced right here on brothers Zlokazovy’s factory. When Sverdlovsk, a city restricted for foreigners, once again was renamed to Ekaterinburg in the late 90s, it was the first to open a trade agency and consul of the United Kingdom. The English brought back the foamy stout and opened the first pubs, which became very popular in Ekaterinburg in 2000s. Rosy Jane is located in the neighbouring district next to the consul, Plotinka and the monument to the founding fathers of the city and always welcomes musicians, business men, politicians and guests of the city.
Traditional English dishes, that were not fully discovered by Yekaterinburg locals before, are part of Sergey Morozov’s job. He became a head chef at the end of 2017 having an extensive experience in working with meat, grill and classic sauces beforehand. He started his career in a rock-pub Frau Muller, restaurants Pozharka, Osobnyak and Soloviev’s champagne bar. To win the love of Rosy Jane’s regular guests is a challenging task, however Sergey can do this as well. Among his favourite dishes he names pork ribs baked in a BBQ sauce and warm roast beef with a herbs and dried tomatoes sauce — those can be found in our menu.
Improvised Friday and Saturday events started happening at Rosy Jane from the start. Warm celebrations, lambada competitions and champagne showers accomponied by classic rock’n’roll and Leningrad all happened here.
The bygone years proved one thing — that dancing in a shower of champagne is still fun and Leningrad is still relevant. So, see you this Friday?