Aleksandr Chuprakov/

This Russian restaurant on the rooftop of a high-rise offers a great city view, which makes up for its otherwise faceless interior design and is the restaurant’s chief attraction. Onegin is ideal for rooftop parties. They serve Russian food with a difference: pelmeni with pike, vareniki with radish, potato fritters with bacon, and other specialties you won’t find in just any Russian restaurant. Onegin staff are proud of their pelmeni, which they make themselves. They have such varieties as pelmeni with spinach and duck, and vareniki with cherries. They sell frozen pelmeni to take home. There is live music in the evening occasionally at Onegin.