The place is kind of an awkward combination of spa and restaurant. From the outside it is not very attractive, and when walking in it doesn't improve really. The place is kind of worn down, and looks more of a place for parties.
The service was OK. The whole staff and costumers were Russian. And the menu was in Russian with English translation. Not easy to get around, but at least some pictures to help know what we were ordering.
The food itself was not exciting. Basically everything is a variation of dumplings. It was homemade, no question, but I did not have the meal I expected.
The place is BYOB, which is fine, but the non alcoholic drinks available is very limited (coke, water, sprite and Russian kvass).
And to top it all off, the price was not cheap. We ended up having lunch 3 adults for $70, with no alcohol, and eating only appetizers. Not a place I'd return to.
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