The best restaurant of Ukrainian cuisine in Moscow
‘Mimosa’ salad — 545 rub.
‘Mushroom’ salad — 575 rub.
Hunter’s mushrooms — 645 rub.
Porcinis soup — 590 rub.
River trout served with puree — 1,290 rub.
Pork and herbs homemade cutlets — 765 rub.
Marble ribs stewed with vegetables — 2,240 rub.
Veal shank in hay — 1,145 rub.
Zavivanets served with rice macaroni — 1,055 rub.
Crimean crawfish — 1,575 rub.
National brunch ‘Eat all you can’ — 2,500 rub.
The restaurant was named after roadside small taverns in Ukraine.
Following the ‘tradition’, it is located by a rather busy road connecting the White House, Shopping and Exhibition centers.
In the middle of the restaurant, there is a live wattle fenced ‘tree of happiness’. It also features clay walls decorated with kitchen utensils, a mini stockyard with goats, chickens and turkeys.
Each Saturday and Sunday, from 1 p.m. till 6 p.m. the restaurant offers ‘National brunch’, a Ukrainian interpretation of an open buffet.
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