June 11, 2005
Tinkoff can get crowded, so it is nice to have a reservation. But a small party can usually get squeezed in without a reservation. Don't forget to check your coat downstairs; like most Russian restaurants (and museums for that matter), coats and bags are to be checked under all circumstances. Tinkoff is located on Protochnyy Per, a small street just off of Smolenskaya pl. It is easiest to reach Tinkoff from the Smolenskaya metro stop (the light blue line, I believe, is preferable to the dark blue line) or by taxi. There are also other locations throughout Russia, most particularly in St. Petersburg. The website is http://www.tinkoff.ru and is available in English.
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