The restaurant is just across from the large monastery, being the main sight of the city. It has an old part with a beautiful large room, and a new one that lacks authenticity in its decor and comes across a bit fake. The menu is huge, has many Russian specialties, even if not all of them may sound tasty to Westerners (want to eat calf brain?). We had a good dinner, wo courses each for RUB 2000; obviously one is paying for the location. We will definetly come again.
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