The Pavilion is set in a park like area overlooking a small lake. The setting is quite nice and relaxing. I stumbled upon the Pavilion quite by accident and was glad for it, as it is quite a well known place. I stopped in to have something very light, as I was going to have a late lunch at Scandinavia (see my review), and didn’t want to ruin my appetite. But nonetheless, I can report that their menu is quite extensive with many hardcore traditional Russian dishes. It was my intention to return, but I didn’t get a chance.
I had piroshky, which is a mixed meat kind of ‘mini patti’ and okroshka soup with doctoral sausage (boiled) The piroshky were quite delicious, while the soup was not at all to my liking, although I can say that it was prepared well. Hey, you’re not always going to like things you try in different counties, but you can still tell when something is at least prepared well.
My recommendation would be to check this place out for dinner, as the menu is really expansive and the outdoor setting is quite nice.
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