Priyut Kholostyaka (Bachelor's Shelter)

Ilnar Tukhbatov/TASS
This restaurant has been around for more than ten years, but nothing has changed here. The same interior decorations, the same servers, the same clientele turnout… The place is packed on weekends, just like it has always been. The menu is cross-cultural, featuring the all-time favourites culled from most world cuisines, but nothing too fancy: risotto, pasta, borscht, shurpa, pelmeni, marinated herring… Steaks and Japanese food each have their own section on the menu. Priyut Kholostyaka consists of several areas: main space, hookah bar, party room and secluded porch, which opens in summer. The restaurant also offers a completely detached space for small to medium-sized parties and educational events. It is like an apartment in its own right with its own restroom, couch, TV and kitchen, which is suitable for teaching master-classes.