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March 27, 2009
While this is not the place to go on a daily basis (due to cost), it is an excellent place to go for fine dining with classic Russian fare. The wait staff, ownership, and chef's are all authentic Russians, or from neighboring countries. If you speak Russian, it's a great way to keep using your language skills too! The food is excellent, and the atmosphere is very pleasant indeed. Don't worry if you don't speak Russian. Everybody there speaks English too! Highly recommended for special occassions. The Borcht is one of the best I've ever had! The one thing I do miss is the orginal Georgian style bread they used to bake themselves there a couple of years ago. You can get Caviar (Beluga is the best if you like it), and many other fine menu choices. My favorites there are the steaks (always done to perfection), and the Chicken Kiev. Appetizers are many and varied, but for a truely awesome sampling, try the Dough Based Sampler platter, but make sure you have 4 people or more in your group, or you'll be too stuffed for the rest of your dinner! You can eat very well for around $25 per person depending on what you get. This is one place you will want to come back to again and again.