Seeing how the restaurant occupies the basement of a typical old Soviet apartment building, the fake stone facade, massive wooden doors, wrought iron accents, statue of what looks like Friar Tuck outside- all might seem cheesy... However, once you walked in you're greeted with.. quality. Yes, the interior is in a style of a medieval castle dining room, it is as well done as such a thing could be, and because there are no windows to connect you to the outside world- a certain cozy atmosphere is created. When we had a late lunch there, the place was nearly empty, so we had the waitresses attention all to ourselves. She was very helpful and courteous. The menu includes both Russian and European dishes. Everything we ordered, and whatever was recommended by our waitress- was delicious. Our bill for 2 main courses, 3 appetizers + a few beers came to around $100. Steep by local standards, but given the service, ambience, and quality of food- worth it.
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