Visited the beer hall and the coffee hall. The first one was more expensive (some of the foods and most of the drinks are the same, so you can compare the prices, for example a glass of juice drink was 40/60 rubles), but had more atmosphere and the service was quicker (although just as friendly). The food was good but not excellent (except for the tiramisu at the coffee hall which was heavenly) - too much/little salt, the dessert called "hot heart" was pretty cold and the inside that was supposed to be liquid (the waitress described it as such) was actually not. So my rating mostly goes for the atmosphere and service, not food. But still it is great for trying out Russian specialties (draniki, borsh, kvass, etc)
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