Plakuchaia Iva (The Weeping Willow), St. Petersburg
Zagorodnyi Prospekt, 45, St. Petersburg
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Cuisine: Central European, Fish & Seafood
Open Hours: Noon-midnight
The restaurant is inspired by the style of the early sixties - neon advertisements, big windows, colourful tables and chairs in the bar hall. ... More
Plakuchaia Iva (The Weeping Willow)
The restaurant is inspired by the style of the early sixties - neon advertisements, big windows, colourful tables and chairs in the bar hall. Everything is bright and optimistic. There's a pool for fish in the room next to the dining area. There's no fish as yet, buy there will be shortly, after which visitors will be able to choose one and send it to the kitchen. The name is taken from the popular Russian comedy "Brilliantovaia Ruka" - there's a restaurant called in the same way. Dishes are mostly fish-based: stuffed pike, fried halibut, for example. If you don't like fish though, there's always duck of beef Stroganoff. For children, there's a room on the second floor with games, toys, and a nanny). It's free of charge.
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