Everyday restaurants

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Cafe on the third floor of a shopping center. There is nothing outstanding about it, but this place will definitely help out if you need a quick bite somewhere. Red walls, furniture and drapery, which look spectacular during a fun evening, a disco ball under the ceiling and a video projector: here patrons dine in the afternoon, dance in the evening and sometimes watch a movie. Menu consists of a mix of Italian, Japanese and Russian cuisine: sushi, pasta and bliny pancakes. There is a separate children's menu, a children's play area, and kids are given a lot of attention on Sundays, when animators come to Malina. In the evenings, when children are taken home, cocktail parties are held here. The bar menu only has shots, cocktails and beer, including craft brews. If you order alcohol to go, they provide a 15% discount.

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Whitewashed brick, photographs of celebrities on the walls (The Beatles, Yuri Gagarin and many others), simple furniture – all of this creates the impression of a spacious apartment, not a cafe. The food is also homely: pelmeni of several kinds (boiled and fried), Olivier salad, syrniki with jam, festive desserts. There is a separate children's menu, although the main menu has food so simple and straightforward that the children will eat it all without a second thought. Another important advantage of this establishment is that they take coffee seriously. The baristas are trained by the best connoisseurs of the craft. So if you don’t feel like having dinner and only need a cup of good coffee, then this place is for you.