Complete collection of pleasures in the Russian style
Average bill — from 3,000 rub.
Rabbit salad — 550 rub.
Quail salad — 800 rub.
Caesar salad — 500 rub.
‘Oblomov’ cold baked pork — 350 rub.
Sturgeon black caviar — 4,000 rub.
Steamed stellate sturgeon — 550 rub.
It is safe to consider Oblomov a historic place.
It is located in the old mansion which has been restored after the style of a typical 19th-century aristocratic mansion. Elements of its interior have been scooped out from different parts of Russia and brought to the restaurant: now in ‘Oblomov’ you can find forged trunks, magnificent paintings, sideboards, mirrors, wardrobes,.. even a typing machine.
You can study the history of Russian cuisine after Oblomov's menu. Some traditional dishes are cooked according to old recipes and methods which date several centuries back. For instance, various kinds of porridge and pottages are cooked in the traditional Russian stove, meat is roasted on spits. However, the modern Russian cuisine is also widely represented on the menu. Moreover, each season adds gastronomic pages to it.
The restaurant’s lifestyle also corresponds to old Russian traditions: each Friday they hold tea parties with a samovar and sweets and celebrate all traditional national holidays on the calendar.
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