Red and good wallpaper lined the room we were sat in, with velvet drapes, and a sofa in one corner. The overall feeling is of cosy luxury. I had borsch while my boyfriend had the fillet steak. We also shared dumplings to start. With drinks, our bill came to around £40, which felt like good value for money for the food and environment. We were the only non-Russians in there, which added to the authentic feeling of not being in a tourist spot. The staff understood and spoke enough English.
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