Well, the servers were concerned that it would be a bit too cold to sit out on the open patio, but they have a partially glassed in area where we sat that was also nice, and provided good views of the Volga. We sampled a few things from their menu, although my first choice (The pelmeni made from wild game meats) was not available. The Cheburek is flaky and good, and is quite a large portion (be careful, I thought it would be a small side-dish, it is much bigger than this) and the Khatchapouri that my wife ordered was also quite good. The star of the meal was the Schnitzel however. It was fantastic, although a bit smaller than I expected, it was more than enough with the other dishes we also had.
The service was mediocre at best. I think our server had a cold, and she sometimes disappeared for long times, but she did an adequate job. The restaurant itself was quite clean, and yes they do have english menus (even if some items don't completely correspond with their russian equivalents, it was close enough).
I'd say overall, its a good experience, if you like riverside dining, and dont mind a little extra expense for it, this place would do nicely.
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