A group of 12 met here for an early Sunday dinner. The host. Mikhail Frumkin, greeted us warmly and seated us so we could have easy conversation. The environment is a rich cultural experience - part museum, part store. Russian/Eastern Europe food is the menu's focus. It was fun to try something authentic (borscht). I enjoyed the beef strogonoff and my husband liked the Schnitzel.
Great place for families with older children to study world geography!
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