Sitting in the restaurant hidden in a multi-storeyed bourgeois estate, surrounded by a garden, gives you a feeling of being seated comfortably at friends' house. If you are keen on having a rest and smoking hookah, the terrace and private zones are just the right place to satisfy your needs. Traditional Russian cuisine is presented through classic dishes such as Ukha (fish soup) served with a mushroom sour-creamed pasty, Chicken Kiev on a bed of mashed potatoes and accompanied by a crunchy cucumber as well as Kamchatka crab-based Julienne smothered by a crunchy layer of roasted cheese. “Oblomov”, plunged into antiquity and situated away from the daily stress-related spaces, takes you on a real journey throughout the whole Russia via the episodes of the poem it takes its name from.
Psst! The diverse regional fish and meet ingredients to choose from, not only introduce you to Russian gastronomic traditions, but also tell you about the country's geographical variety: Astrakhan starlet, Tambov goose, Voronezh beef, Karelian venison and many other types.