Piece of Austria on Bolshaya Gruzinskaya Street
Ham and cheese salad — 90 rub.
Battered sole fillet — 140 rub.
Meat cutlets — 120 rub.
Meat carpaccio with rucola leaves served with Italian dressing — 370 rub.
Homemade pie with salmon, served with tartare sauce — 270 rub.
Consommé with chicken fillet and vegetable julienne — 180 rub.
Risotto with porcini mushrooms — 460 rub.
Pea pie with caramel sauce — 170 rub.
Carrot cake with raspberry sauce — 230 rub.
Delicatessen bar of Vienna. Here, they hold exhibitions of paintings and author’s souvenirs devoted to Austria and Vienna.
You can feel the spirit of Austria in its interior too. Austrian cuisine has a long and interesting history so its dishes are rather unusual as well.
The menu also includes European dishes. Omelets, fried eggs, cereals and pancakes are served for breakfast from 9 a.m. till 12 p.m.
The bar features a wine carte including 12 kinds of Austrian wine. Even though wine making is not that popular in this country, the wine they do in Austria is always of best quality.
Best wine to fit any taste and welcoming atmosphere
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