If you’ve been reading my blogs about Russia, you’re probably tired of the following adjectives: gorgeous, amazing, unbelievable, and delicious, sorry, but that’s going to continue. Because they’re the best to describe my experiences here.
I had borsch – beetroots, cucumbers, and thin strips of beef in a beet/vinegar-based soup with sour cream on the side.
Darashnui purotchku s nachunkou (I think) or Russian homemade pies. I had two mushrooms (chantrelle mushrooms, I believe I read) ones, because the waitress said that they were the best, and one cabbage one. If you ever get the chance, try the mushroom ones, they’re delicious.
It took a long time to get a basket of bread because they were busy baking them. It was definitely worth the wait.
I decided that since berries are abundent here and not an arm and a leg like in Korea, I should have some desert, so I chose Deserm Sadko which was make of Bavarian creme and raspberries.
And at the end of the meal, they gave your check inside a beautiful matrushka doll like this one.