In a friendly atmosphere reminiscent of the Russian cabarets of the thirties, this restaurant evokes a house of doll, or rather matrioshka, poupées dolls with pink cheeks as many here as franges à or samovars. After zakouskis and blinis, you can enjoy a tasty galoubsi, meat wrapped in a leaf of cabbage, or a koulibiac, salmon in crust served with spinach. And when it comes to stroganoff beef (chopped beef fillet with cream sauce and mushrooms), we would like to have the recipe for next Sunday ! When vodka, served in small carafons caught in the ice, begins to effect, the chef comes out of his kitchen, the waiter takes his violin, and the boss licks Slavic air to bring you into your hands. Every evening, the musicians begin their Russian and Gypsy music programme from 21 h. An address to remember to celebrate an anniversary.
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