The place has an Uzbek/Oriental restaurant and a Korean/Asian restaurant. We went to the Korean part twice, first for a buffet they offered on Saturdays (I am not sure if they still have the same option) and then for a dinner.
They offer traditional Korean food (all the soups, main dishes and appetisers) for mid-range prices. The place lacks ambience a bit but they have separate rooms for private parties.
The Salyut Hotel is on the intersection of Prospekt Vernadskogo and Leninski Prospekt, so it is easy to get to, especially by car. We parked by a building next to it and on both occasions finding a parking place was not a challenge.
The place does not have the look and the feel of Kimchee or KimchiCafe but is nice enough and is slightly cheaper than the others. If they still offer a buffet option, this one is definitely worth trying - I know of no other Korean restaurant in town that has such an offer.
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