This modern glass and steel space decorated with black and white photos and maps of dozens of countries in relief certainly stands out in this slightly forlorn neighbourhood known for its overgrown cemeteries and shabby buildings, both art nouveau and Soviet. Its unique menu also comes as a surprise. Choose from a large selection of tasty, well-presented, yet small dishes from Japan, Russia, France, Italy, Australia, Spain and others. Although not exactly tapas, you’re given a small sample of Beef Wellington, sturgeon fillet, crab tempura and many other delicious dishes, so you can get to know more than one type of cuisine in one sitting. A decent sampling of international beer and wine is also available.