I guess Russians are really fond of potato. So much that Tatiana choose to have it listed as a very first side dish and with "market price" next to it.
I ordered lamb kebab there last Sunday. The dish came with no side. Called waitress, asked for "potatoes or something". Waitress checked if "home fried pota
to with mushrooms be OK". I had no particular interest in specifics on how and what with they fry the potato there, so instead of checking on the price, I n
odded in agreement.
Checking the bill, I noted that the total (after the enforced 10% service charge) to be much higher than expected. Could not believe it - the fried potato with some weird, rubbery taste mushrooms were sold to me @ the "market price" of $29.50 ... Nice
I can see an elderly Irish or German potato lover tourist on the budget, without knowledge of Little Odessa specifics on pricing out the mushrooms, asking for a glass of water and fried potatoes and these ex-Soviets recommending the stuff they sold me.
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