I don't think I've had genuine Russian food before so I may not be an expert but I loved the food. We has dinner at this place recently. It is just down the street from the Art Institute. They have an extensive food menu as well as set "platter" meals. Since we wanted to try as many different items as we could and there were only two of us we got one of the platter choices. We ordered a vodka flight each; they offer three different assortments. The vodka flights are one shot each of three different flavors. The meal started with a generous mixed green salad compliments of the restaurant. A basket of pumpernickel bread was delivered to the table. The first couse was a plate of hot and cold salads: beets, carrots, dumplings, hummus and tabbouleh Russian style. The second couse was main dishes: Moldovan meatballs, stuffed cabbage, chicked skewer, beef stroganoff, some other ground meatloaf! Plenty of food! We also ordered a bottle of Moldovian sparkling wine that was quite sweet. All in all we were glad we were able to eat at the restaurant. Our Ukrainian waiter was attentive and the food arrived promptly. And our bus person kept our water glasses filled and supplied us with fresh tableware as needed. The restauant was not crowded when we were there so it was nice. I'm sure it can get noisy because the tables were close together.
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