We picked the Kafira based soley on its appearence as we walked past. Our 1st time in a russian resturant so we chose the 4 course set menu as it did look quite nice. It is listed as pearls of traditional russian cuisine--1st course was a very tasty beeroot borshe with game meat pies--- followed on by a siberian pelmeni better known as dumplings and then a meat stroganoff and finished off with 3 blini's with honey--we did enjoy all the courses--wine was about 25% dearer than uk resturants and than they added 20 % vat which was included in all our other resturant price lists so with a tip it was about 100 euro's --- the decor was very great and for a first russian experience i would definetley give it a thumbs out and the staff were both very pleasent
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