We visited this stunning restaurant on the first day of our recent visit to Russia. They say first impressions count and we were bowled over by Turandot. We were part of a large group and were seated on the circular first floor gallery area on tables for 12. These overlook the incredible cupola with a large chandelier. The food and service were first class and a visit to the rest rooms is a must as these have the most wonderful Delft-like fittings. The greatest surprise of all was to hear that this part of the restaurant was only built in the last few years as an addition to the original one next door.
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