The location inside Gorky Sadan does not cause any deterrent to its access. It has a very cheerful vibe with interiors done in lime, white and beige. The only place in town where they serve many Russian dishes, including the famous Borscht, a soup made of beetroot and dumplings known as Pelmeni. Lapsha needs to be tried without fail. It is made with handmade soft noodles and is flavoured with dill - a truly refreshing soup. The Tenderloin Steak served with seasonal veggies is very popular, and loyalists claim it to be the best in the city. Other than Russian food, there is a lot of food from other parts of Europe and the Middle East like the Turkish Grilled Chicken, which is super moist served with a dip made of peanut and cumin-coriander powder.