I stopped in for lunch and had the fish soup (ukha) and chicken in clay pot. The menu is not extensive but the food was well prepared and fresh. The setting is country style, nice and simple, and the service is friendly. There is a non-smoking room. They are very accustomed to tourists and have an English menu. Overall, an unremarkable restaurant but worthy of a visit given the limited choices in Suzdal. I've read elsewhere that the place becomes more active in the evenings, when the tourists clear out of the town.
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