Asked at our hotel for a nearby restaurant serving traditional Russian food and were recommended here. Located in a modern office building, the physical facility is well done. The bar area offers couches and deep comfortable chairs around cocktail table or dining table heights. All the wait staff were attentive and tried to serve us with the two English speakers taking care of us. Unfortunately many items on the menu were not available. For example, I ordered the pike-perch and after 15 minutes I was told that this was not available so I ordered the trout. However, I was actually served the salmon, which, from its texture clearly had been frozen, and then microwaved before poaching. The chicken Kiev was good, although it was served to my wife while I was still eating my soup, and then my fish came as she was about finishing up. I am sure there are better choices for traditional food in central St. Petersburg!
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