Worth to visit if you are near this place, hungry and don't have much time to seek for cafe in center. Simple place. Ordered borsh soup and hinkali, was ok.
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A fine little restaurant with a charming grandmotherly interior and a fine selection of Ukrainian and Russian staples. The menu list is quite small but the portions were generous, all the dishes were very well cooked and tasted like something my nana would prepare.
A really nice waiter. We had a mix of the dumplings, but I would go for the Russian dumplings that were the best. Pancake with salmon was quite good as well. Got to hear some nice Russian rock to the food. Would come back another...More
Special place in old Prague, excellent herring, dumplings, cornichons, vodka, pielmieni. The host is the heart off the place! Bolshoye spasiba i do vstriechy!
unpleasant foreign owner who tried to rip us off regardles of cheep version of pierogi. food was tasteless crap evening was spoiled never againMore
We're deeply sorry that visit in our place left such bad feeling :( To make our service better and prevent the similar situation happen in future please send me some details about the situation to skamiejka(at)gmail.com We will be very grateful and find some to...More
Restaurant offers a very small variety of dishes, which are essentially a mixture of Russian, Georgian and Polish dishes. None of them are worth a special visit.
Skamiejka has undergone some very positive changes - same address, same spirit, but now it's twice bigger! The owner, Mrs Tamara, will always make you feel very welcome, doesn't matter if you are a regular or just a walk-in looking for a cozy place to...More