interesting to say the least- food, decor (and prices!)
22 August 2011
A couple of Russian friends suggested we try Buyan, after scoffing at the "other" russian restaurant (Shashlik- if you can call it Russian).
So, being recommended by russians, it must be good right? Well we made the 'mistake' of sitting on level 2, which is fine dining, instead of level 3, which is casual- yes, similar menus, but you pay more downstairs- and level 3 has a wider variety. go figure! Both levels are decked out like a traditional, and what i'd imagine is an upper-end, restaurant in Russia. Level 1 is reserved for what Russians are good at- drinking.