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All reviews chicken kiev borscht venison white fish dumplings caviar salad bread pancakes potatoes horseradish vodka ring a bell live piano music traditional russian food main course dining experience by the glass
Nice restaurant in old fashioned style with waitresses dressed accordingly. One in our group of four is celiac, but she managed to have a nice meal also. The waitress needed some time to explain what she could eat and what not and did her best...More
The historic Russian peasant dining room atmosphere was the only highlight. Skip the dry chicken Kiev, in favor of decent lamb meatballs, cod and beef stroganoff - chose apps of assorted meats, roasted vegetables, and quail with berries. Cherry dumplings had a good filling, however...More
A moody restaurant in the heart of the city. The decoration is from the past, but the menu is up-to-date. Cool features: you have to ring a bell to call the waiter and the menu is an actual book. The Russian cuisine is expensive but...More
I came late after ballet, was warmly greeted but seated near the kitchen cos alone. Bell ringing and waitresses in vintage outfits, it’s all surely aimed at tourists, typical tourist trap, nethertheless i quite enjoyed it. Food nothing too fancy, well done and nicely presented....More
The book a table is a nightmare, easier in three stars restaurants. The service is poor, it seems that been there is a favor. The food is ok, veri overpriced. The other restaurants of the same owner are equally bad.
I guess it is a well known restaurant in St. Petersburg center. Outside view is a bit dark and not promising but inside is very comfortable, calm 19th or early 20th century, modestly decorated well detailed atmosphere. You ring the bell on the table and...More
Delightful restaurant, the décor and furnishings gives you the sense you're dining with friends in their home which adds to the charm.
Traditional Russian cuisine served by friendly, efficient staff in national dress who speak good English.
Unlike some restaurants in the city, the meal...More
We ended up here because of its astonishing reviews. The environment is very cosy and the waitresses are dressed in traditional clothes, while a pianist delights your ears during the meal. The meal itself is not the best we had in town and portions were...More