We were famished by the time we finished the visit to the Kursk Medical university/Znamenskiy Cathedral and the Church of Resurrection. I had wanted to visit Amsterdam café (which had good reviews in the Trip advisor). Unfortunately me and Alexander - my cabbie, missed it two times. So we decided to park and look for it. Where we parked was this Hotel Prestige. Since we were hungry we decided to give this a try and leave Amsterdam café alone.
The interiors are nicely done
I had Borsch - traditional Russian Beetroot soup and Pork steak. The soup and the steak were excellent.
After having the food had a discussion with Alexander and he also said the Solyanka (Russian sweet & sour beef soup) and the fish he had was also great.
The menu offered is having a variety of things to choose from.
As usual I wish to thank Alexei (could not read the full name is Russian) for giving us a nice service.
At the end to tell the truth, I think our decision to not look for Amsterdam café was a bad one, as we enjoyed a nice service and lunch at the Prestige.
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