The waitress on my second visit was so charmingly warm, unmade-up and helpful that it was difficult to believe we were sitting in one of the latest fashionable restaurants to hit the Moscow dining scene. The food has been pretty delicious every time we've visited and I can't say we've experienced slow service. Good wine menu, not over the top in terms of prices. And very accommodating when we wanted to move tables to have more privacy. Definitely a welcome addition to Moscow's restaurants, and really appreciate that it's almost all non smoking.
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