16, Pushkinskaya st.
Cuisines: Russian
av. bill: 1400 rur
Opened to 23:00


Local charm: Lilya Brik, the long-term friend, lover and muse of the Russian poet Vladimir Mayakovsky, inspired the restaurators as well. The restaurant is a stylization of the early 20th century art salon with live jazz in the evening, homemade craft drinks and a mix of traditions of Russian and European cuisine, such as julienne on buckwheat chips, trout and parmesan cheese in potato lumps and onion cream for beef cutlets.

Try first: A classical beef Stroganoff style with mashed potatoes and pickles (620 rubles) is a must. If you need something lighter, order trout and cod waterzooi (420).

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