Chekhov

Sergey Konkov/TASS
Chekhov claims to be a genuinely Russian restaurant. Its nobleman country house atmosphere is created by large lamp shades, antique tables, cupboards with homemade pickles, an antique phonograph and - without a doubt - by its kitchen. The restaurant serves pelmeni dumplings with duck meat and sourcream basil sauce, borshch and pirozhki - little pies with cabbage and egg or halibut and pike perch. In other words, there are a lot of interesting things on the menu, especially for those who like to time travel to the end of the nineteenth century in their daydreams.