Named after the fat, lazy gourmant who was the hero of Goncharnov's novel by the same name, this romantic restaurant is styled like a posh Russian country house with various sitting rooms with fireplaces, verandas and portrait-filled dining halls. The staff also wear traditional dress and greet you in old Russian. The Russian food on offer is beautifully presented, lovingly made and comes in huge portions. We were particularly impressed with the salads which were a step above the usual pickles with mayonaise and the little pies which taste just like babushka makes them.


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Open 12:00 - 24:00.


1-y Monetchikovsky per. 5


(+7) 495 953 68 28



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