I liked everything about this corner eatery: the modesty, the familiarity, the honest dishes that are obviously prepared with great care and attention. Sympathetic owner and staff too. Not knowing much about Russian cuisine, I had 'ucha' fish soup, 'pielmieni' (Russian dumplings with pork meat) and drank Kvass. I had expected the food to be quite heavy but it wasn't at all. Portions were just the right size. A nice change from traditional Polish food, though it it is not so dissimilar. All of it I felt couldn't have been prepared any better. I paid 50 zlotys including tip. I'll definitely be back in the future.
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