The restaurant is located some 7 km from Bialowieza, in a kind of an open-air ethnographic museum. The huts, nice at a first glance, have very mediocre interior with furniture not antique, not modern, just tasteless.
The waiter service was prompt and attentive but the food...
We gave a pass to a bison steak at $50 and ordered instead a mashroom soup and two varietes of Russian dumplings. The soup was so-so but the dumplings were barely eatable.
The meat variety was dry but was supposed to come with garlic sauce... ,alas, the cook must have concidered the garlic sauce as the very expensive item since he chose to serve only one spoon of it (for a portion of 15 dumplings, $9) Shame.
The barley and cottage cheese variety was a bit better but still rather bland ($9, too).
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