There is a network of these places in the city. I'd call the place "democratic" but it is a little bit too expensive for what a "run-in-and-eat" type of place. Massive wooden tables and benches, resistant to ... intensive Russian's personality are comfortable just enough for a pair of hours you'll spend here for food. There is more comfortable seating sometimes available if you are lucky. Food quality varies on day of the week (Thursday and Friday night you have better chance to get better food, Monday is less advisable day to visit) but still quite good for a Bistro. That applies to service too. Sometimes it's good, sometimes a little disappointing, but generally, if you don't have too high expectations you'd be satisfied. Don't forget 10% tip, rounded up to next 50-100 rubles as a customary in Russia.
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