July 6, 2002
The interior of Bar Savoy has floral motifs; the restaurant offers tasty Russian and European haute cuisine. I gave priority to the home style salted salmon, yummy it was with the fresh vegetable salad (a vegetarian won’t find anything better), so we didn’t forget to clink our glasses before getting down to the really finger licking beef fillet with Madera sauce, the recipes were quite old, I suppose, I couldn’t forget about the elegant dessert – the Savoy Cake either. For dessert there were also some more dishes: the ice cream, fruit cocktail and the honey pastry with whipped cream. I enjoyed the cuisine created by their chef much, so savored the flavor of each mouthful, and chewed my food well. One day I had a gap in my sightseeing tour, so I decided to come here again, it was the lunchtime, and their Business Lunch with its boiled sturgeon with horseradish sauce was inimitable. I’m fond of soups and tried their borsh, a redroot soup. All the dishes including tea cost about, I was surprised, $30.
For breakfast I couldn’t come, but my friend told me that he got his favourite muffins, home made pastries and rusks with a cup of hot milk."Bon appetite!"
This restaurant has a -- there''s a detailed menu available, so don’t forget to look it up, as I did.
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