While the country is crazy about imperialist fast food…
Cheburek — 45 rub.
Pilaf — 100 rub.
Okroshka with kvass/kefir — 100 rub.
Omelet of two eggs — 30 rub.
‘Stolichny’ salad — 95 rub.
Beetroot salad — 55 rub.
‘Potato’ cake — 35 rub.
Black coffee — 40 rub.
Black tea — 25 rub.
Beer, 0.5 l — 95 rub.
Vodka Staraya Moskva, 0.5 l — 345 rub.
Here they serve chebureks with different fillings such as lamb, beef, chicken, cheese, potato and mushrooms, cooked according to traditional Soviet recipes.
Hot and cold appetizers, draught beer and beverages are also on the menu.
Its interior is rather simple featuring brick walls painted in white, high chairs and white tables. On the walls, you will see Soviet propaganda posters and a Gagarin with a rocket in the corner.
One of the special features of this place is a pyramid of old TV sets.
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