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2 Jan, 2012 09:06

Pathfinders: The secret of expat restaurateur success in Russia

What does it take to become an entrepreneur in Russia? In our series on Pathfinders, Business RT talks to some expats who have discovered the country's potential.

Anyone who has been to Russia might have been surprised to find a Caesar Salad cropping up on virtually every restaurant menu – lettuce, garlic sauce and parmesan are hardly traditional Russian fare.The answer to this riddle lies with Henrik Winther, a Danish restaurateur who came to Moscow in the dying days of the Soviet Union.