No fault of the restaurant, I failed to notice the owner's E-Class as I darted inside to escape the rain. We were looking for a glass of wine and some cheese, having passed up the Golden Gate cafe for its outrageous price of nearly four dollars (30 Grivens) for 100 mg of wine. It wasn't raining much when we stepped away from the cozy, convenient to the metro station cafe but we got deluged by the time we reached Fish Market. We ran in, they covered us with blankets, as we attempted to dry off and warm up. They handed us the menu and wine list. No cheese, not a single plate under the 276 Grivens we paid for two, three-course EurAsia Restaurant meals we had loved the night before. We ordered to be polite and grateful for escaping the rain, but felt very cheated at 25-Bucks apiece for a glass of wine, just to be polite. Next time we go out, it will be umbrella in hand, to avoid the embarrassment of being taken like that. The wine was tasty but ordinary. A fair price would have been eight or nine Greenbacks. I'll give the owner an extra Buck for the excessive repair costs on his E-Class, at a full Hamilton. Twenty-five a glass? Not in Kiev, not even on a rainy day.
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