Greene King

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A truly British pub. The menu, as well as in the country that gave the world fish and chips, has a lot of fish – Murman herring with potato pancakes, smoked salmon pate with dill, riet made from the White Sea cod, smoked whitefish. Classic British gastronomy is also presented in all its glory – roast beef, Scotch egg, haggis, beef Wellington and, of course, pies. Pie with beef and English ale, traditional fish pie with wild duck or chicken and mushrooms – all good.

As for the alcohol, there are dozens of beer, mainly British – IPA with burnt caramel from Greene King, dark ale with dried fruits and spices from Old Speckled Hen, Belhaven McCallum's Scottish stout, Belhaven Craft cider. Football, hockey, boxing, tennis, rugby and Formula 1 matches are broadcast almost constantly on big screens – there is a channel for fans of any sport.